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Quiet Strength: Men’s Lacrosse Team Supports Hearing-Impaired Teammates
Men's lacrosse players Griffin Martin and Drew Haffner have found new ways to communicate with their team members despite hearing impairments.
Florida Tech Alumnus Talks Cancer, Radiomics and Health Disparities
Matthew Schabath ’98 visited last week to present his latest research, talk with students and faculty and tour campus.
Sideline Star: Women’s Soccer Senior Isabella Leon
A catastrophic car accident may have changed the course of Isabella Leon’s athletic career, but it didn’t stop her from being a leader on the Florida Tech women’s soccer team.
Two Florida Tech Students Named 2023 Astronaut Scholars
Karly Liebendorfer and Ruth Nichols are recognized as among “the best and brightest minds” in STEM by the Astronaut Scholarship Foundation.
New Research May Lead to ACL Reconstruction Improvements
Florida Tech doctoral student Nashaita Patrawalla is researching ways to improve ACL reconstruction outcomes.
Breaking into Biomed
A booming industry that is just getting started, biomedicine is shaping health care, society and the future—at Florida Tech and across the globe.
Community Foundation for Brevard Awards Florida Tech’s Guisbert, Harvey Alzheimer’s Research Grants
The Foundation uses a competitive grant process to award research grants from its Kenneth R. Finken and Dorothy Hallam Finken Endowment Fund.
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.
Student Project, Oral Abstract Win Awards at ASAIO Conference
The group presented six talks and posters touching on optimizing blood flow for heart failure patients implanted with mechanical pumps utilizing fluid dynamics principles.
Two Florida Tech Students Named 2022 Astronaut Scholars
Samantha Sequeira and Ruth Nichols are among 68 students from across the country to receive this prestigious honor.
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