biomedical engineering

Student Project, Oral Abstract Win Awards at ASAIO Conference

The group presented six talks and posters touching on optimizing blood flow for heart failure patients implanted with mechanical pumps utilizing fluid dynamics principles.

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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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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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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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Florida Tech Receives State Funding for Equipment, Lagoon Research

The university will receive $2 million for its Biomedical Aerospace Manufacturing equipment project and $921,500 for the third phase of the Restore Lagoon Inflow project.

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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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11 Students Win Awards at Florida Academy of Sciences Meeting

Offering either oral or poster presentations, the students won in a variety of categories, including engineering and biological sciences.

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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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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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Florida Tech Receives $5.1 Million Gift to Name Health Sciences Center

Florida Tech’s newest facility will be named the Gordon L. Nelson Health Sciences building, honoring the longtime dean and professor.

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