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FITSEC Cybersecurity Team Is Winning – Often

“We are looking forward to a great season and growing the program,” said TJ O’Connor, faculty advisor and cybersecurity program director.

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Already an Outlier for Its November Arrival, Nicole Rare in Other Ways

Hurricane Nicole’s transformation from a subtropical storm to a hurricane marked an intriguing feature of an already rare system.

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Marco Carvalho Named to Florida Inventors Hall of Fame Advisory Board

Florida Tech's executive vice president, provost and COO joins a board featuring leaders and inventors from the public and private sectors.

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New NSF and NASA-Funded Research Investigates Martian Soil

New research involving Florida Tech is examining how to make the soil on Mars useful for farming.

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Mike Moses On the Transformational Power of Space Tourism

At the space launch company Virgin Galactic since 2011, he is witnessing and helping to shape the nascent space tourism industry.

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Student Chosen for Frontier Development Lab Challenge

Ph.D. candidate Megan Mark joined graduate students from around the world to tackle challenges that involve artificial intelligence.

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Ph.D. Alumna Goes on to be Inducted into the NASA Inventors Hall of Fame

Martha K. Williams ’03 Ph.D. has 20 NASA-issued patents and more than 43 published patents or patent applications.

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New Mertens Marine Center Provides Lagoon Access and Lab Space for Students and Faculty

The 3,000-square-foot, $1.25 million building overlooking Crane Creek will serve up to 140 undergraduate and 50 graduate OEMS students.

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Opening Moves: New COES Dean Brings Strategy for Success to Florida Tech

John Harris is a Caltech and MIT alumnus, chess aficionado and new dean of the College of Engineering and Science.

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Machine Learning Using Climatic Pattern Data May Help Predict Harmful Algal Blooms Earlier

This improvement could mean more time for policymakers to consider and adopt proper planning and mitigation strategies.

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