Members of the Parent Leadership Council voice their support for Florida Tech and its Return to Learn plan with "Why Florida Tech: An Open Letter."
A collaboration between a Brazilian state and Florida Tech is leading to additional resources on autism and treatment.
New subatomic particle detection hardware built by university faculty and students will analyze muons, the heavier cousin of the electron.
Nasri Nesnas’ research is studying the use of light to activate specific brain circuits, potentially leading to brain disease treatments.
The rocky red terrain of Mars may cover a rich environment full of life, according to new Florida Tech research.
B.S. Electrical Engineering, 1986
M.S. Computer Science, 1994
Ph.D. Computer Science, 2001
B.S. Biology, 2010
M.S. Engineering Management, 1988
B.A. Humanities, 1993