Author: Ryan Randall, Florida Tech News Bureau

Florida Tech Professor Kelli Hunsucker Awarded Marine Science Educator of the Year Honor

When ocean engineering and marine sciences assistant professor Kelli Hunsucker was working on her Ph.D., she saw a want ad for an adjunct professor at what was then Brevard Community College. […]

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Florida Tech Research Suggests Fouling Control Could Reduce Fuel Consumption and Emissions

As oil prices remain high and there is an increasing urgency to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, new university research into methods to control biofouling may help lower fuel use for military and commercial ships. […]

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Florida Tech Researchers Continue to Study Mars Architectures Built On Cycler Orbits

Florida Tech researchers continue the study of Mars mission architectures built on cycler orbits originally pioneered by Buzz Aldrin and the university’s Aldrin Research Institute. […]

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Florida Tech Receives New Grant to Advance Ongoing Research for Powerful Doping Tests

Even as a high-profile doping incident rattles the 2022 Winter Olympics, scientists at Florida Tech have received new funding to advance ongoing research that could result in better detection of performance-enhancing drugs and help to protect the playing field in future Olympics and other competitions. […]

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Florida Tech Study: Indian River Lagoon One of the Most Biologically Diverse Estuaries in the Nation

The Indian River Lagoon is undeniably a biodiverse estuary. In numerous accounts over the years, in fact, it is described as “one of the most biologically diverse estuaries in North America.” […]

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Florida Tech Student’s Breast Cancer Detection Tool Wins First Place at 2021 BMES Annual Meeting

Three students have designed a high-tech tool to detect breast cancer that could mean underserved communities around the world would have access to a critical and potentially life-saving diagnostic service. […]

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EDUCATION SPOTLIGHT: Florida Tech Highlights Work Done During 2021 as We Enter the New Year

Oceanography assistant professor Kelli Hunsucker’s work with organism growth is two-fold. Her biofouling research analyzes new ways to keep organisms from accumulating on ship hulls and corroding them. […]

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EDUCATION SPOTLIGHT: Florida Tech Highlights Outstanding Work Done During 2021

Oceanography assistant professor Kelli Hunsucker’s work with organism growth is two-fold. Her biofouling research analyzes new ways to keep organisms from accumulating on ship hulls and corroding them. […]

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Florida Tech’s FITSEC Cybersecurity Team Vaults to Top in the Nation After Major Competition Victory

FITSEC, Florida Tech’s competitive cybersecurity team, secured a major win in a collegiate cybersecurity competition this month that has vaulted the team to the top of national competition. […]

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Florida Tech Researchers Explore Artificial Intelligence to Enhance Global Food Production

There is an urgent need to develop sustainable agricultural practices and ensure food security at a much higher level than has ever been attempted or required. […]

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Florida Tech Alumnus Henry B. Castellanos Donates Prize-Winning Unmanned 787 Aircraft

Florida Tech graduate Henry B. Castellanos ’00 has donated an unmanned aircraft designed meticulously to replicate a United Airlines Boeing Dreamliner (Boeing B787-8). […]

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