ocean engineering and marine sciences

When Orion Splashes Down, a Florida Tech Professor Will Be There to Help

J. Travis Hunsucker, ocean engineering and marine sciences assistant professor, will provide support for NASA’s Landing and Recovery Team.

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Already an Outlier for Its November Arrival, Nicole Rare in Other Ways

Hurricane Nicole’s transformation from a subtropical storm to a hurricane marked an intriguing feature of an already rare system.

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New NSF and NASA-Funded Research Investigates Martian Soil

New research involving Florida Tech is examining how to make the soil on Mars useful for farming.

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A Day in the Life of the Indian River Lagoon Features Research and Community

Research and community partnerships will come together this week for the benefit of the Indian River Lagoon.

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Hurricane Ian Offered Powerful Opportunities for Data Gathering

With NIST grant support, engineering and meteorology teams deployed dozens of sensors and multiple pieces of equipment as Ian approached.

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Center for Corrosion and Biofouling Control Hosts AMPP Meeting

The meeting featured demonstrations of several areas at the Center's Port site, including Dynamic Testing of Fouling Control Coatings.

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Prime Examples of: Creativity

Particularly at Florida Tech, a hub of innovation and forward-thinking, creativity permeates everything. Here are a few Prime Examples.

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New Mertens Marine Center Provides Lagoon Access and Lab Space for Students and Faculty

The 3,000-square-foot, $1.25 million building overlooking Crane Creek will serve up to 140 undergraduate and 50 graduate OEMS students.

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Machine Learning Using Climatic Pattern Data May Help Predict Harmful Algal Blooms Earlier

This improvement could mean more time for policymakers to consider and adopt proper planning and mitigation strategies.

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Biochar May Help Fight Against Harmful Algal Blooms

Florida Tech researchers are examining a novel sustainable approach to address harmful algal blooms in Florida’s lagoons.

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