Florida Tech, working with Sanford-based Servos & Simulation, Inc., has developed a 500-pound simulator that allows human subjects to simulate the entire suborbital spaceflight profile.
Author Ryan Randall
A group at Florida Tech are developing faster ways to generate new tools critical to mapping neural networks.
Delegates from around the world will gather at Florida Tech June 24-29 for the 19th International Congress on Marine Corrosion and Fouling (ICMCF).
Brian Lail, a professor in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Florida Tech, joins a distinguished group of scientists, engineers, entrepreneurs and innovators.
An observation made by an experiment at the Large Hadron Collider involving three Florida Institute of Technology physicists has led to a major discovery.
A fundamental discovery led by Florida Tech’s Martin Glicksman has made its way to two scientific journals.
May 12, the fourth annual Florida Worm Meeting will bring scientists from around the country to Florida Tech over a beloved nematode.
Rising sea-level threatens island nations that sit just above the high-tide line, but this new study finds healthy reefs may be still be able to protect these vulnerable areas.
Warming ocean temperatures could harm Marine Protected Areas, new research finds, thus disrupting ecosystems and the animals that live within them, such as polar bears.