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Tag, You’re It

Shark tagging provides an opportunity to collect samples and data that will be used in the Florida Tech's lab and shared with collaborators.

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ASD Study Looks at Monkeys as Possible Models

New research looks at rhesus macaque monkeys as a model for social impairments observed in autism spectrum disorder.

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Mechanisms Behind Diabetes Subject of University NIH Grant

A near-half million-dollar grant from the National Institutes of Health will be used to study vascular problems during diabetes.

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Renewable Energy Research Looks at Polyurethane’s Power

New research from Toufiq Reza, assistant professor of chemical engineering, is examining a potential source of renewable energy that you may be sitting on right now as you read this. The paper, “Solvothermal liquefaction of waste polyurethane using supercritical toluene in presence of noble metal catalysts,” was written by Reza and university student researchers Vahab Ghalandari, Soudeh Banivaheb, Jessica Peterson…

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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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University Study Examines Viral Probability of Social Media Posts

Is your post or video about to go viral? A popularity prediction model can determine its potential to.

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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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New Florida Tech Lab Studies Novel Space Debris Research

Florida Tech recently won a $250,000 U.S. Space Force contract to support the debris-cleanup project known as Orbital Prime.

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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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