aerospace physics and space sciences

Physics, Apparel, Fat Loss and Masks

Raj Sareen ’04, a space sciences alumnus, transcends industry boundaries with innovative acuity and divergent applications.

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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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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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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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ORION Team Chosen to Exhibit at Leading Space Industry Event

Florida Tech’s ORION Lab was selected as one of the 178 top participating teams from The AFWERX Space Challenge initiative.

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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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Panthers in the Headlines: July 2020

Florida Tech is a one-of-a-kind community. Our faculty, staff, students and alumni continuously strive to achieve their goals, contribute to the greater good and relentlessly pursue greatness—so much so, they’re making headlines.

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Drone Research Taking to the Skies Through New Urban Air Mobility Grant

Florida Tech is working with the FAA to provide research data to understand how urban air mobility vehicles will safely transport people.

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Two Florida Tech Students Named 2020 Astronaut Scholars

The recognition for Florida Tech seniors Samantha Pryor and Chloe Klare signifies they are among the best and brightest STEM students in the country.

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