New USDA-funded Florida Tech research is exploring turning corn stalks into biomass pellets, potentially finding a new sustainable energy source.
The university’s flagship project and a Panther rite of passage, the engineering and science student design and research program has existed almost since the university’s inception in 1958.
A new paper published in Nature Scientific Reports details the university’s lightning research on the rays and pulses that emit from the bolts.
A university researcher is studying changes in flood hazards and the mechanisms critical for predicting future changes for better adaptation strategies.
Full of ammonia, ammonium hydrosulfide and water, Jupiter’s unique clouds are being analyzed for new modeling research by a team at Florida Tech.
Through its social media pages, Florida Tech’s Indian River Lagoon Outreach team is creating marine science and ocean engineering-related education pieces.
A Florida Tech student has confirmed several key factors associated with COVID-19 after using machine learning to analyze data associated with the virus.
When it comes to understanding human brain-to-body ratio, evolution is a mystery. However, new Florida Tech research may provide insight on our species.
Spurred by the COVID-19 pandemic, a Florida Tech researcher is seeking funding for voice-only systems research that could lead to future use in robots.
In part two of this series, Florida Tech assistant professor of child psychology Felipa Chavez offers guidance on explaining the COVID-19 pandemic to kids.