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SVGS Studies to Continue on ISS Through October Launch

New technology developed by Florida Tech and NASA will be launched to the International Space Station later this month.

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Planets Gone Rogue Could Sustain Life, According to Recent Study

Could wayward planets be vessels for life? The work of Florida Tech astrobiologist Manasvi Lingam shows how it may be possible.

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From Septic to Sustainable: A Potential New Source of Fertilizer

A recent study focuses on a new process for converting human waste from home septic systems into phosphorus-rich fertilizer.

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New Research Examines 3D Coral Printing Possibilities

As reefs face threats from climate change, Florida Tech is exploring 3D printing to potentially help sustain this critical ocean resource.

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University Study Examines Workplace Trust Between AI and Humans

A new Florida Tech study will examine workers who use AI as a teammate rather than just a tool.

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Florida Tech First University to Own and Fly Electric Plane

A first-in-the-nation acquisition will allow for hands-on learning and important research on a new and timely aspect of aviation.

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University Researchers Examine a New Frontier for Farming in Space

A recent study at the ORION lab is looking at the feasibility of growing crops in space in a new way.

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UVC Showing Positive Signs for Biofouling Solution

Recent research has shown the germ-killing light is effective in killing organisms that cause biofouling on ships.

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University Study Examines a Post-Pandemic Workplace

Recent research looks at the way life changed for employees, and what a post-pandemic work environment may look like.

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University Grant on Eddy Currents May Impact Machine Design

Researchers are creating a new method of electric current simulations that would greatly impact the design of electrical machines.

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