Florida Tech’s Thunderstorm Meteorology Campaign is utilizing a traditional meteorology tool- a weather balloon- to learn about lightning and its creation.
Four Florida Tech students and Andy Aldrin, will attend the inaugural Sino-U.S. Space Policy Research Center summer study program July 30 in Beijing.
Assistant professor Jean Carlos Perez has been awarded a five-year, nearly $750,000 grant from the National Science Foundation’s CAREER program.
A new breed of dogfish named Squalus clarkae, also known as Genie’s Dogfish, has been identified and is named after Eugenie Clark, a pioneer of shark biology.
Shermineh Rostami Fairchild’s proposal involving free-space optical communication has been selected for funding by the U.S. Army Research Office.
Florida Tech, working with Sanford-based Servos & Simulation, Inc., has developed a 500-pound simulator that allows human subjects to simulate the entire suborbital spaceflight profile.
A group at Florida Tech are developing faster ways to generate new tools critical to mapping neural networks.
Delegates from around the world will gather at Florida Tech June 24-29 for the 19th International Congress on Marine Corrosion and Fouling (ICMCF).
Florida Tech’s Ted Conway and his collaborators are working to find a method to scientifically quantify the benefit of conductive education for children with cerebral palsy.
An observation made by an experiment at the Large Hadron Collider involving three Florida Institute of Technology physicists has led to a major discovery.