Academics & Research

Florida Tech, Astronautics Institute Partner for Education and Research

A Memorandum of Understanding between Florida Tech and IIAS provides for classroom and lab space at the university’s aeronautics center.

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Center for Advanced Manufacturing and Innovative Design and Larsen Motorsports Expand Relationship

The new partnership will provide more opportunities for cutting-edge projects and hands-on experiences for students.

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Florida Tech Students Commence New Chapter

The university bestowed a total of 1,253 degrees at two ceremonies Saturday at the Clemente Center on the Melbourne campus.

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New Research on Pacific Climate Pattern May Lead to Improved Cyclone Forecasting

Understanding the phases of this weather pattern should help extend the lead time and improve the seasonal prediction of Bay of Bengal cyclones.

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CubeSats, Bioreactors and Carbon Capture Take Top Prizes at Student Design Showcase

More than 125 projects across 14 categories were shown at the Florida Tech event April 22, which highlights STEM-oriented, hands-on learning.

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Florida Tech Spring Commencement Set for May 7 at Clemente Center

The 2022 graduating class features students from 54 countries and 42 states. They will participate in 9:30 a.m. and 2 p.m. ceremonies.

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New Research Recommends Multinational Ocean Sanctuaries to Help Corals Survive Climate Change

These global networks could help to preserve the genetic diversity necessary to fuel evolutionary adaptation among coral reefs.

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Extraterrestrial Mining Would Emulate ‘Tears of Wine’ Phenomenon

University research examines the Marangoni effect and its potential utilization in supporting lunar habitats and other space endeavors.

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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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Florida Tech Project Wins First at Embry-Riddle Business Competition

EarlyByrd, from Bindi Nagda, Nashaita Patrawalla and Harold Raghunandan, is designed for the early detection and monitoring of breast cancer.

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