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Nelson Wins Second Consecutive Pearce Award from Western Express

His latest award-winner, “Pacific Union Express,” explores two similar but separate companies, Pacific Express and Pacific Union Express Co.

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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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Chemistry Doctoral Student Wins Conference Travel Award, Speaking Slot

Diana Velosa received both a travel award and a coveted speaking slot for the 2022 American Society for Mass Spectrometry conference.

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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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Nelson Article for ‘Western Express’ Named Best of Year

His article, “Langton's Humboldt Express,” won the quarterly research journal’s Basil C. Pearce Award for most outstanding article of 2020.

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Florida Tech Has 11 Faculty, Staff Among Top 2 Percent of Scientists

Inclusion on the list is based on standardized academic citations, co-authorships and composite metrics that gauge career-long impact.

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Pre-College STEM Program Offers Virtual Summer Learning for High School Students

Offering live, virtual classes in topics including chemistry, calculus, physics and algebra, career panels with industry partners, and more.

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University Study Explains How Light Could Activate Neurons

Important research may give insight in enabling future designs of other molecules that can modulate brain signals.

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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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Florida Tech Professor Wins Federal Grant to Continue Solar Fuel Research

Michael Freund has been awarded a two-year, $200,000 grant from the National Science Foundation to continue his work developing membranes for solar fuel generation.

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