ocean engineering and marine sciences

King Appointed Interim President

Robert L. King, a national leader in higher education and former SUNY chancellor, is expected on campus the week of July 11.

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Researchers Look To Further Understand Algal Blooms In New Study

A university study examines the relationship between bacterial and algae in relation to algal blooms.

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Spreading Sustainability

At Florida Tech, “sustainability” goes beyond academics. Sustainability initiatives and practices have become core components of who we are.

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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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New Study Recommends ‘Rewilding’ Galapagos Island

Researchers urge the reintroduction of close relatives of extinct plants and tortoise, all of which can be found on other Galapagos islands.

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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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Hunsucker Awarded Marine Science Educator of the Year Honor

Kelli Hunsucker won the John Beakley “Marine Science Educator of the Year” Award from the Florida Marine Science Educators Association.

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New Research on Pacific Climate Pattern May Lead to Improved Cyclone Forecasting

Understanding the phases of this weather pattern should help extend the lead time and improve the seasonal prediction of Bay of Bengal cyclones.

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New Research Recommends Multinational Ocean Sanctuaries to Help Corals Survive Climate Change

These global networks could help to preserve the genetic diversity necessary to fuel evolutionary adaptation among coral reefs.

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Fouling Control Research May Reduce Fuel Consumption and Emissions

University fouling research looks to reduce drag on the ships, which may have fuel and emissions benefits.

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