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Palmer Wins Planetary Society Grant to Study Deep-Space Agriculture

The competitive grant will fund work examining the two most likely ways to produce food: in soil or something like soil, or in water.

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In the (Sea)weeds

A grant from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency is funding research at Florida Tech that could address sargassum growth on beaches.

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Nonconscious Memory Research Focus of Recent Graduate

Nathaniel Allen recently concluded his time as a student and athlete at Florida Tech. However, this busy individual has more work ahead.

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New Study Reports First Observations of a Star Swallowing a Planet

Florida Tech's Luis Quiroga-Nuñez was part of a paper observing a dying, expanding star has consumed a nearby planet for the first time.

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Student Design Projects Recognized at Showcase Awards Ceremony

Projects involving an underwater ‘assistant,’ asteroid analysis, beam losses and rocket building won the top four prizes from the showcase.

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New Paper Investigates Intelligent Life’s Origins

Astrobiologist Manasvi Lingam's study examines if technology-based intelligence is more likely to evolve on land or water.

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Machine Learning May Play a Role in Building Energy Models

A study from Florida Tech researchers is exploring whether machine learning can help better understand building energy management.

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New Paper Investigates Exoplanet Climates

New research at Florida Tech examines how recurring orbital movements may affect the climate of exoplanets.

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STTR Grant Explores 3D Models for Space Junk Removal

A new Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) grant involving a Florida Tech researcher may help to declutter space a bit.

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Doctoral Dissertation Looks at Post-Military Careers

A new study looks at the skills of those retiring from the armed forces as they relate to the civilian workplace.

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