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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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Extraterrestrial Mining Would Emulate ‘Tears of Wine’ Phenomenon

University research examines the Marangoni effect and its potential utilization in supporting lunar habitats and other space endeavors.

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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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Impact of Black Hole Winds, Radiation Examined in New Study

Florida Tech is examining radiation and winds emanating from black holes and how they may affect nearby planets.

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University Study May Lead to Multiple Mars Cyclers

Travel to the red planet may include two cyclers in order to get explorers to arrive in a safe and efficient way.

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Florida Tech Researchers Find New Genetic Signature for Invasive Fish Species

The bluegill sunfish and other fish considered invasive species have extra copies of cellular stress response genes in their genomes.

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BioBot Technology Examined in Assisting Humans

Electrical engineering senior Wilner Viana is utilizing robotics to potentially assist humans with difficult or unsafe tasks.

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New Grant Helps Researchers Develop Powerful Doping Tests

Scientists have received funding to advance research that could result in better PED detection and help in future Olympics and other competitions.

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Biodiversity of Indian River Lagoon Examined in New Study

University research examining the IRL's biodiversity found previous numbers may not be entirely accurate.

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