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Alumni Found Underwater Camera and Lighting Company
Arctic Rays equipment has been used by BBC and OceanX, Netflix, the U.S. Navy, NOAA and more
Setting The Airways For Urban Air Mobility
Dr. Brian Kish discusses his research shaping the future of autonomous drone transportation.
Space Coast Impacts: Helping Fill the Growing Need for Biomedical Professionals
With world-class faculty researchers, Florida Tech is cultivating the next generation of physicians and biomedical engineers.
Space Coast Impacts: Aerospace Industry Evolves with—and Due To—University Leaders
Florida Tech is helping position the Space Coast as an incubator and generator of talent and technology.
Larsen Motorsports Builds Next-Generation Jet Dragster Using Digital Twin Software
Interns reverse-engineered the Generation Six Jet Dragster in Siemens NX under the mentorship Of Nothrop Grumman Corp. Partners

Stories and Happenings

Florida Tech Returns to In-Person Commencement with Summer Ceremony Set for July 31
The university is set to confer 702 degrees, and the graduating class features students from 35 countries and 37 U.S. states.
Florida Tech Shark Biologist Featured in Three Programs Now Streaming
Shark biologist Toby Daly-Engel swims with Tiffany Haddish and sharks, and seeks out the world's biggest bull shark, all starting July 11.
No Northern Escape Route for Florida’s Coral Reefs
New research from Florida Tech shows that climate change will suppress reef growth from the north and south, making survival difficult.
Molecular Biology Alumna Helps Develop Ebola Virus Rapid Test
The device can give results in just 30 minutes and can detect the virus 24 hours earlier than the current testing method.
Alumni Found Underwater Camera and Lighting Company
Arctic Rays equipment has been used by BBC and OceanX, Netflix, the U.S. Navy, NOAA and more