biomedical and chemical engineering and sciences

Student Awarded Florida Space Grant Consortium Masters Fellowship

Kathryn Bock received the award to investigate the effects of low-dose, space-like radiation on bone cell function.

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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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With People, Through People, For People

Jorge Mesquita ’83 has a formula for success: 50% humility + 50% self-confidence = success “If you have humility, you learn, and you never assume that you’ve got it all figured out,” Mesquita says. “And if you have self-confidence, then you have the strength to power through the inevitable obstacles and the challenges you face. So, I always try to…

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Savannah Brennan on Making a Splash In and Out of the Pool

Panther swimming great Savannah Brennan ’21, ’22 M.S., shares about her athletic, academic and future successes.

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Biochar May Help Fight Against Harmful Algal Blooms

Florida Tech researchers are examining a novel sustainable approach to address harmful algal blooms in Florida’s lagoons.

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Could Waste Be The Solution?

Inspired by the environment in their country of origin, three Bangladeshi Florida Tech researchers are working to find a solution. 

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My ‘Why’: Students Share Their Reasons for Choosing Florida Tech

Why choose Florida Tech for your college education? Check out our five most popular answers in the words of current Panthers themselves.

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Extraterrestrial Mining Would Emulate ‘Tears of Wine’ Phenomenon

University research examines the Marangoni effect and its potential utilization in supporting lunar habitats and other space endeavors.

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Biomedical Engineering Professor Coordinates E-Workshop On Radiation In Biomedicine 

The focus was on sharing research ideas on radiation in biomedical applications for tumor diagnosis and therapy.

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Chemistry Team’s Nano Electrochemical Sensors Detect Heavy Metal Ions In The IRL

New research used water from the Indian River Lagoon to showcase a potentially powerful tool for environmental monitoring.

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