Ryan Randall

New University Grant Investigates Hydroclimatic Risk

A NASA grant is allowing Florida Tech to investigate how future floods and droughts will impact water resources in a key region in Asia.

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Climate Findings in the Fossils

A study of the central Andean plateau involving a Florida Tech researcher has yielded some surprising paleoclimate results.

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The Science of Knowing What We Don’t Know

Recent research from a new Florida Tech psychology professor examines the brain activity behind the famous Dunning-Kruger Effect.

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Researching Regolith for Plant Growth

Florida Tech is looking at how a variety of simulated Martian soil can support plant growth for an eventual stay on the Red Planet.

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Scanning the Final Frontier for Technosignatures

Florida Tech's Manasvi Lingam is part of a research team studying technosignatures, detectable signs of technology used on other planets.

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A Warmer Planet May Lead to the King Crab’s Migration

Recent university findings have found warmer waters in Antarctica may lead to the migration of the king crab, which could have major ecological impacts.

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Drone Research Taking to the Skies Through New Urban Air Mobility Grant

Florida Tech is working with the FAA to provide research data to understand how urban air mobility vehicles will safely transport people.

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Florida Tech Researchers Explore Buzz Aldrin’s Mars Cycler Concept

Research underway at Florida Tech is examining travel possibilities via a cycler spacecraft and an associated crew transfer system.

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Current Studies Examining 3D Printing for ACL Reconstruction

ACL surgeries are done by using a ligament in the body or a cadaver, but new research is utilizing a potentially safer and cost-effective source.

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Continued Hurricane Damage Research Investigating Low-Rise Buildings

With hurricane season underway, Florida Tech researcher Jean-Paul Pinelli is further investigating the hurricane damage potential of these buildings.

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