A new study from a team featuring Florida Tech researchers shows coral reefs at or near the equator are less affected by ocean warming compared to others.
New research from Florida Tech is finding that an often overlooked group has also grappled with emotional fallout in the wake of mass shootings: the media.
In Darby Proctor’s classroom, cockroaches wear backpacks, run mazes and help bring complex neuroscience concepts to vivid, and cringe-worthy for some, life.
Under KEEN, Florida Tech is to turning making spaces into a critical part of engineering education at universities nationwide.
Florida Tech is creating new pathways in cybersecurity through tapping into autonomous cyber defense, artificial intelligence, biometrics and more.
The Department of Ocean Engineering and Marine Sciences associate professor was named a Fellow of SPIE, the international society for optics and photonics.
Technological shrinkage, seen in cellphones, computers and more, has come to satellites, spurring excitement about CubeSats’ impact in research and beyond.
Tory Bruno, president and chief executive officer of United Launch Alliance, visited Florida Tech’s Harris Student Design Center as part of his campus trip.
As more aerospace companies expand in Brevard, Florida Tech is helping to ensure their manufacturing processes are optimized for efficiency and success.
Florida Tech researchers are working to better understand flight delays by un-permitted vehicles or people on the runway – and how to curtail them.