Science

In a Gallery Far, Far Away…

Art created by aerospace engineering major Nava Pishgar now adorns a satellite launched into space in September.

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Toby Daly-Engel to Offer Youth Webinar Oct. 22 on DNA, ‘Secret Lives’ of Baby Sharks

The 1 p.m. Zoom event, suitable for viewers age 9 and up, is presented by Sharks4Kids, a Fort Lauderdale-based nonprofit.

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Sustainability and Space Focus of Virtual Workshop Oct. 28

The event brings together students and faculty from the U.S. and abroad and members of the business and government sectors.

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8 Florida Tech Ties to Space

From location and alumni to research, equipment and partnerships, the university boasts many connections to the space industry.

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Amazonia Nears Tipping Point, New Paper Reports

The vast Amazonian rainforest could be replaced by savanna within our lifetime, a catastrophic change spurred by rising temperatures and human activity.

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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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Researching Regolith for Plant Growth

Florida Tech is investigating plant growth of simulated Martian soil for an eventual stay on the Red Planet.

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Scanning the Final Frontier for Technosignatures

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

New findings discovered warmer waters in Antarctica may lead to the king crab’s migration, which could have major ecological impacts.

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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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