Academics & Research

Florida Tech Fall Commencement Set for Dec. 18 at Clemente Center

The university will confer 749 degrees at two separate ceremonies. Both will feature remarks from Florida Tech President Dwayne McCay.

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Novel Brain-Boosting Research Featured in Journal for Kids

A study in a journal for adolescents may show we have the ability to boost the brain's speed of oscillations to improve memory.

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For U.S. Cyber Games Head Coach, Teach and Be Taught

Though his role is guide and teacher, U.S. Cyber Games head coach TJ O’Connor expects to learn plenty from his young team.

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FITSEC Cybersecurity Team Tops in the Nation After Major Competition Victory

Florida Tech's competitive cybersecurity team secured a major win that has vaulted them to the top of national competition.

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Florida Tech Has 11 Faculty, Staff Among Top 2 Percent of Scientists

Inclusion on the list is based on standardized academic citations, co-authorships and composite metrics that gauge career-long impact.

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Securing Food Through AI

According to a study by Florida Tech's Darrell Burrell and others, AI may play a key role in food security.

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Heinz ‘Marz Edition’ Ketchup Made Possible by Florida Tech Science

The global food giant and Florida Tech astrobiologist Andrew Palmer produced the beloved condiment from tomatoes grown in Mars-like conditions.

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466 Succulents vs. Stress

Research by Yin, Jie; Yuan, Jing; Arfaei, Nastaran; Catalano, Paul; Allen, Joseph & Spengler, John (2020). Effects of biophilic indoor environment on stress and anxiety recovery: A between-subjects experiment in virtual reality. Environment International,136, 105427. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.envint.2019.10542 Written by Robin N. Fatovic M.S. What changes can you make to your office to reduce anxiety during the workday? Researchers wanted to know…

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465 Sleepy Scent

Research by Hofer, Marlise; & Chen, Frances (2020). The scent of a good night’s sleep: Olfactory cues of aromantic partner improve sleep efficiency. Psychological Science, 31(4), 449–459. https://doi.org/10.1177/0956797620905615 Written by Robin N. Fatovic M.S. Can your partner’s scent impact your sleep quality? Previous research shows that a partner’s scent can reduce stress and increase a sense of security. Psychology researchers…

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Machine Learning May Help Understand Neurodegenerative Diseases

The artificial neural network may provide better care to patients with diseases such as Bell’s palsy, Parkinson’s disease and ALS.

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