ocean engineering and marine sciences

Toby Daly-Engel to Offer Youth Webinar Oct. 22 on DNA, ‘Secret Lives’ of Baby Sharks

The 1 p.m. Zoom event, suitable for viewers age 9 and up, is presented by Sharks4Kids, a Fort Lauderdale-based nonprofit.

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Panthers in the Headlines: September 2020

September Florida Tech headlines: F.I.T. Aviation and Brevard Zoo rescue spider monkey, Forbes-featured research, alumni in Nat Geo and more

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Amazonia Nears Tipping Point, New Paper Reports

The vast Amazonian rainforest could be replaced by savanna within our lifetime, a catastrophic change spurred by rising temperatures and human activity.

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Panthers Mourn Beloved Professor George Maul

George Maul, retired professor and former department of marine and environmental systems head, passed away Sept. 16, 2020, at age 82.

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Climate Findings in the Fossils

A study of the central Andean plateau involving a Florida Tech researcher has yielded some surprising paleoclimate results.

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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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Researching Regolith for Plant Growth

Florida Tech is investigating plant growth of simulated Martian soil for an eventual stay on the Red Planet.

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A Warmer Planet May Lead to the King Crab’s Migration

New findings discovered warmer waters in Antarctica may lead to the king crab’s migration, which could have major ecological impacts.

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University Shark Expert Answers: Why Are Shark Attacks So Rare?

You are more likely to be killed by a Christmas tree, a vending machine or a toilet bowl than you are a shark.

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Florida Tech Among Global Leaders in Climate Action, Ranking Finds

The university was the only Florida school in Times Higher Education's Climate Action ranking, a part of the 2020 THE Impact Rankings.

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