Engineering

Jack Brophy Awarded STEM Scholarship from NFL’s Jaguars, Florida Tech

The first-year student plans to study chemical engineering and looks forward to Florida Tech's hands-on learning.

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First-in-the-Nation Electric Plane Energizes Career Aspirations of Aerospace Engineering Student

Senior Elise Medhus says the Velis Electro will provide unique research opportunities not available at other universities.

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Alumni Found Underwater Camera and Lighting Company

Arctic Rays equipment has been used by BBC and OceanX, Netflix, the U.S. Navy, NOAA and more

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Setting The Airways For Urban Air Mobility

Dr. Brian Kish discusses his research shaping the future of autonomous drone transportation.

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Space Coast Impacts: Helping Fill the Growing Need for Biomedical Professionals

With world-class faculty researchers, Florida Tech is cultivating the next generation of physicians and biomedical engineers.

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Space Coast Impacts: Aerospace Industry Evolves with—and Due To—University Leaders

Florida Tech is helping position the Space Coast as an incubator and generator of talent and technology.

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Larsen Motorsports Builds Next-Generation Jet Dragster Using Digital Twin Software

Interns reverse-engineered the Generation Six Jet Dragster in Siemens NX under the mentorship Of Nothrop Grumman Corp. Partners

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Q&A: Vipuil Kishore Stands For … Progress

Through consistent progress, Dr. Kishore's biomaterial and tissue-engineering research ultimately aims to impact human health for the better.

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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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