Ryan Randall

Researchers Look To Further Understand Algal Blooms In New Study

A university study examines the relationship between bacterial and algae in relation to algal blooms.

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COE-CST Celebrates Conclusion of 12 Years of Research

For 12 years, Florida Tech was part of the FAA Center of Excellence for Commercial Space Transportation (COE-CST), leading to key research.

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Hunsucker Awarded Marine Science Educator of the Year Honor

Kelli Hunsucker won the John Beakley “Marine Science Educator of the Year” Award from the Florida Marine Science Educators Association.

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Perseverance and Passion Through STEM

For the organizers of April's Black in STEM event, the goal of showcasing and increasing representation in STEM continues.

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Fouling Control Research May Reduce Fuel Consumption and Emissions

University fouling research looks to reduce drag on the ships, which may have fuel and emissions benefits.

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Impact of Black Hole Winds, Radiation Examined in New Study

Florida Tech is examining radiation and winds emanating from black holes and how they may affect nearby planets.

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University Study May Lead to Multiple Mars Cyclers

Travel to the red planet may include two cyclers in order to get explorers to arrive in a safe and efficient way.

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Family and Friends Drive Past and Present Panther Cadets

Though uniformity and standardization are military hallmarks, the stories behind the people in Florida Tech’s ROTC program are anything but.

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BioBot Technology Examined in Assisting Humans

Electrical engineering senior Wilner Viana is utilizing robotics to potentially assist humans with difficult or unsafe tasks.

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Cybersecurity Goes to High School

Researchers introduce teens to the field in hopes of building a more sustainable and diverse cybersecurity workforce.

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