As the space industry furthers spacecraft research, Florida Tech’s simulation research will assist companies when designing vehicles for outer space.
New Florida Tech research is looking at the dynamics of misinformation, the spread of misleading or outright false information, and how to counter it.
Using a 3D bioprinter made by Florida Tech students, treating model tissue may provide an effective solution to liver cancer research.
New research from Florida Tech finds that global warming is shifting which environments off the Pacific coast of Panama will support coral reefs.
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.