indian river lagoon

Health, Restoration of Indian River Lagoon Focus of June 23 Public Event at Florida Tech

Three people involved in lagoon restoration will offer updates and answer questions from 5:30-8 p.m. at Gleason Performing Arts Center.

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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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Learning Outside the Classroom

Never bound to a classroom, active learning is part of the Florida Tech experience for all students, no matter their field of study.

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Florida Tech Researchers: With Some Help, Nature Can Drive Lagoon Restoration

Initial findings suggest the ailing estuary would benefit from a nudge of human intervention to help rejuvenate stunted natural processes.

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Space Coast Impacts: University Turns Space Coast Waterways Into Classrooms

Florida Tech uses its proximity to the Atlantic Ocean and Indian River Lagoon to become a distinguished center for oceanographic and marine science research.

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Q&A: Kelli Hunsucker Stands For … Collaboration

The ocean engineering and marine sciences assistant professor knows that finding a solution to what ails the Indian River Lagoon will take effort from the entire community.

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Q&A: Toby Daly-Engel Stands For … Persistence

She frequently overcomes obstacles—both as a researcher and a woman in her male-dominated profession—and she aims to help others do the same.

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Initiative in the Water

New research projects, as well as a new building, continue the focus on improving the overall health of the Indian River Lagoon.

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Panthers in the Headlines: November 2020

Florida Tech is a one-of-a-kind community. Our faculty, staff, students and alumni continuously strive to achieve their goals, contribute to the greater good and relentlessly pursue greatness—so much so, they’re making headlines. 1. Associate Professor Andrew Palmer Shares Mars Farming Insights Andrew Palmer, assistant professor of biological sciences, heads the RADISH project studying plant growth on Mars. What will it…

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University Faculty, Students Investigate Lagoon Inflow Potential

With the backing of a state grant, the university is exploring a new option for lagoon water quality improvements.

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