Florida Tech assistant professor of child psychology Felipa Chavez offers guidance on explaining the COVID-19 pandemic to children in a two-part series.
New Florida Tech research discovered an explosive type of exhalation was significantly greater in bottlenose dolphins observed during harmful algal blooms.
A new facility powered by a partnership between Florida Tech and the Brevard Zoo will allow researchers to continue key voluntary behavioral research.
A new research grant from the Wind Hazard and Infrastructure Performance Center is taking a close look at mid-to-high-rise interior damage.
With the help of Florida Tech’s aviation research, the FAA is in the process of establishing new safety compliance protocols for single-engine aircraft.
Through multiple projects, Florida Tech research is analyzing ways to turn organic waste into chemical energy and filters for wastewater.
Composed solely of Florida Tech Astrobiological Research and Education Society students, Crew 219 visited the Mars Desert Research Station in January.
Initiated by a Florida Tech alumna and Grand Bahama Island native, researchers are examining the impact of the island’s flooding after Hurricane Dorian.
With backing from the Partnership for Clean Competition, new Florida Tech research may help provide an improved steroid test for anti-doping agencies.
Saxitoxin, associated with mass die-offs of marine mammals during harmful algal blooms, has been detected in bottlenose dolphins from the IRL estuary.