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Q&A: Michael King Stands For … Identification

A biometrics expert, he is focused on better adapting facial recognition technology to gender and ethnicity.

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Mission: Possible – Breaking Into the World of Competitive Cybersecurity, One Hack at a Time

Florida Tech's cybersecurity competition team and cyber operations concentration get students excited about and prepared for cyber careers

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Q&A: Toby Daly-Engel Stands For … Persistence

She frequently overcomes obstacles—both as a researcher and a woman in her male-dominated profession—and she aims to help others do the same.

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Q&A: Markus Wilde Stands for … Reaching Further

Dr. Wilde discusses his research using space robotics to, ultimately, create a sustainable and properly functioning space economy.

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6 Uses for the University’s New Atomic Force Microscope

The university's new atomic force microscope, housed in Professor Linxia Gu's Bio-Mechanics Laboratory, has applications in several areas.

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Open for Business

As the Nathan M. Bisk College of Business celebrates 40 years, we look at the college's beginnings, connections and beyond.

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Florida Tech Joins Forces with Brevard Zoo to Re-home Endangered Spider Monkey

When a baby monkey was smuggled into the country, likely bound for the illegal pet trade, Florida Tech and Brevard and Dallas zoos stepped in.

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Is Esports a Sport?

When Pong, the world’s first commercial video game, hit the market in 1958, it would have been hard to predict that its gaming descendants would be at the center of intense competitions and a multibillion-dollar industry.

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Faculty and Staff Share Research, Projects and Insights Related to COVID-19

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.

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4 Projects Prepping Seniors for Careers in Aerospace, Physics and Space Sciences

The university’s flagship project and a Panther rite of passage, the engineering and science student design and research program has existed in some form or another almost since the university’s inception in 1958.

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