Florida Tech’s 5th Annual IRLRI TechCon featured scientists, researchers and industry experts coming together for solutions for the Indian River Lagoon.
A $1.2 million federal grant will help better prepare Florida Tech psychology students to make a difference in the opioid crisis.
Scientists and researchers will meet at Florida Tech’s Indian River Lagoon Research Institute Technical Conference on Coastal Water Quality on Sept. 27.
A $1.3 million grant is going towards helping Florida Tech physicists better understand the properties of dark matter and the makeup of the universe.
New research at Florida Tech may help reduce the harmful effects of oil solvents as assistant professor M. Toufiq Reza was awarded a $110,000, 2-year grant.
Florida Tech’s NIST-funded grant is using wireless hurricane sensors and LiDAR to measure the wind the storms produce and possibly improve building codes.
One of the nation’s few laser filamentation specialists, Shermineh Rostami Fairchild will join the Optical Society’s Public Policy Council in January.
As cities around the world add new buildings to their infrastructure, understanding how upward lightning might affect tall structures is increasingly important.
A study involving Florida Tech researchers seeks to analyze why variations in face recognition accuracy occur and what might be done to mitigate them.