Two Florida Tech Students Named 2022 Astronaut Scholars

Samantha Sequeira and Ruth Nichols are among 68 students from across the country to receive this prestigious honor.

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Student Team Wins Best in Show at Plant Moon/Mars Challenge

A team of Florida Tech students won Best in Show in the “plant growth” category in the Spring 2022 Plant the Moon and Plant Mars Challenge for their project, “Incorporating Edible Decomposers into Sustainable Bioregenerative Life Support Systems for a Martian Colony.” Team leaders Caitlyn Hubric and Lea Adepoju and members Francesca Afruni, Wesley Kozan, Frances Edmonson, Allison Meyer, Joselyn…

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Student Design Showcase April 22 at Clemente Center

More than 100 projects will be displayed, from a mental health app for college students to a lunar landing pad built from Moon materials.

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Black in STEM Celebration April 15 on Florida Tech Campus

The event will include a panel discussion featuring distinguished Black scientists and professionals, live music, food trucks and more.

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Impact of Black Hole Winds, Radiation Examined in New Study

Florida Tech is examining radiation and winds emanating from black holes and how they may affect nearby planets.

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VIDEO: Life at Florida Tech From The Student Perspective

Watch Florida Tech's episode on Amazon Prime Video series “The College Tour” for a look at life through the eyes of current Panthers.

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Women Inspiring Success & Excellence Award Winners Honored at March 3 Event

In recognition of Women's History Month, the Florida Tech Alumni Association will honor a student, an alumna, and faculty and staff members.

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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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The Life Below: Could Organisms Exist Under the Surface of Mars?

The rocky red terrain of Mars may cover a rich environment full of life, according to new Florida Tech research.

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