biomedical and chemical engineering and sciences

University Breaks Ground on Health Sciences Research Center

The three-story building on Olin Quad will offer more than 61,000 square feet of space, including 22,300 square feet for labs and classrooms.

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Groundbreaking for Health Sciences Building Oct. 16

The new, 61,000-square-foot building will help Florida Tech respond to the rising job demands in biomedical engineering and related fields.

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Professor Wins NIH Grant to Further Brain Mapping Research

Nasri Nesnas’ research is studying the use of light to activate specific brain circuits, potentially leading to brain disease treatments.

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Panthers in the Headlines: August 2020

With lofty goals, impressive feats and groundbreaking research, Florida Tech is frequently in the news. Check out five featured headlines from August 2020.

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Burrell College Announces New Partnership with Florida Tech, Steward Health Care

Participating students will live in off-campus housing near Florida Tech and have access to the same services that full-time Florida Tech students receive.

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Florida Tech Researchers Find Megadroughts Fueled Cloud Forest Activity

The research also finds that water quality improved after land returned to natural state, indicating some damaging ecosystem impacts are reversible.

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New Research Finds Ocean Warming Forces Reefs Into Cool-Water Refuges

There will be shifts in where coral reefs grow best, but rising global temperatures means cooler areas will be no more than a temporary refuge for corals.

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Community Foundation for Brevard to Fund Florida Tech Medical Research

Faculty members Kunal Mitra and Chris Bashur will use the funds to further study Alzheimer's disease screening and therapy for dementia, respectively.

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Florida Tech’s Daly-Engel Stars in New Shark Documentary

Toby Daly-Engel is featured in “Shark Family Tree,” which explores her work using genetics to better understand great white sharks.

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Humans, Not Climate Change, Had Larger Impact on Segment of Amazon Forest

"We have identified that this portion of global climate change can be addressed through policy and education,” said Florida Tech's Mark Bush.

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