Engineering

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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Florida Tech Named a ‘Green College’ by Princeton Review

The distinction is granted to an elite group of universities that demonstrate a commitment to sustainability and the environment.

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Florida Tech Hardware Installed in Large Hadron Collider

New subatomic particle detection hardware built by university faculty and students will analyze muons, the heavier cousin of the electron.

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4 Projects Prepping Seniors for Careers in Mechanical and Civil Engineering

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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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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4 Projects Prepping Seniors for Careers in Biomedical and Chemical Engineering/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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Florida Tech to Offer STEM Courses This Summer for High School Students

In response to the disruptions caused by the coronavirus pandemic, Florida Tech is offering this six-week program to prepare students for the basic math and science courses that are essential for STEM degrees.

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5 Projects Prepping Seniors for Careers in Computer Engineering and Sciences

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

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Aerospace Engineering Senior Named NASA HUNCH and Blazing Trails Program Host

In addition to being involved with Greek life, Larsen Motorsports (LMS) and the university’s NASA Robotic Mining Competition team, aerospace engineering senior Lauren-Ann Graham has been selected as the new educational host for Rockets to Race Cars, formed through a partnership between NASA HUNCH (High School Students United with NASA to Create Hardware) and LMS nonprofit organization Blazing Trails. “Rockets…

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