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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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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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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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Florida Tech Receives $5.1 Million Gift to Name Health Sciences Center

Florida Tech’s newest facility will be named the Gordon L. Nelson Health Sciences building, honoring the longtime dean and professor.

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Planets Gone Rogue Could Sustain Life, According to Recent Study

Could wayward planets be vessels for life? The work of Florida Tech astrobiologist Manasvi Lingam shows how it may be possible.

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From Septic to Sustainable: A Potential New Source of Fertilizer

A recent study focuses on a new process for converting human waste from home septic systems into phosphorus-rich fertilizer.

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Study Shows Impacts of Deforestation, Forest Burning on Biodiversity in the Amazon

Researchers found that the Amazon's unique biodiversity is highly vulnerable to changes in forest management and policy enforcement.

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Two Florida Tech Students Named 2021 Astronaut Scholars

The prestigious recognition from the Astronaut Scholarship Foundation honors the best and brightest STEM students in the country.

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Florida Tech Shark Biologist Featured in Three Programs Now Streaming

Shark biologist Toby Daly-Engel swims with Tiffany Haddish and sharks, and seeks out the world's biggest bull shark, all starting July 11.

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