Recent university findings have found warmer waters in Antarctica may lead to the migration of the king crab, which could have major ecological impacts.
Florida Tech is working with the FAA to provide research data to understand how urban air mobility vehicles will safely transport people.
Research underway at Florida Tech is examining travel possibilities via a cycler spacecraft and an associated crew transfer system.
ACL surgeries are done by using a ligament in the body or a cadaver, but new research is utilizing a potentially safer and cost-effective source.
Since the onset of the coronavirus pandemic, older adults with underlying cardiovascular disease have been experiencing increased disease severity and higher mortality rates from COVID-19.
With hurricane season underway, Florida Tech researcher Jean-Paul Pinelli is further investigating the hurricane damage potential of these buildings.
A recent Florida Tech grant is looking at how to cut the lines of communication used in bacteria’s sickness-inducing plan.
With the goal of providing biofouling solutions for the U.S. Navy’s ships, university research is examining the possibility of using ultraviolet-c light.
Florida Tech researchers are analyzing better ways to evaluate college student-athletes by looking at balance performance before and after brain injuries.
A Florida Tech associate professor is using mathematical models to help assist in blood-clotting and stomach bacteria research.