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Research at Florida Tech

Research at Florida Tech

Our offices are dedicated to providing support and the proper infrastructure to facilitate the successful outcome for seeking and securing funded research.  Whether it is with Federal, State, local Agencies or one of our many corporate/industry partners, we are dedicated to research across the University.  Our goal is to bring people together, fostering discoveries and globally impacting our world.  

Ad Astra Research

Florida Tech Research Analyzing Misformation’s Roots

Florida Tech Research Analyzing Misformation’s Roots

New Florida Tech research is looking at the dynamics of misinformation, the spread of misleading or outright false information, and how to counter it.

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3D Bioprinting Key in Florida Tech Cancer Research

3D Bioprinting Key in Florida Tech Cancer Research

Using a 3D bioprinter made by Florida Tech students, treating model tissue may provide an effective solution to liver cancer research.

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Coral Reef Support Shifting Due to Warming Oceans

Coral Reef Support Shifting Due to Warming Oceans

New research from Florida Tech finds that global warming is shifting which environments off the Pacific coast of Panama will support coral reefs.

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Florida Tech’s TechCon Examined Lagoon Solutions

Florida Tech’s TechCon Examined Lagoon Solutions

Florida Tech's 5th Annual IRLRI TechCon featured scientists, researchers and industry experts coming together for solutions for the Indian River Lagoon.

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Faculty Highlight

Deborah Carstens, Ph.D.

Deborah Carstens, Ph.D.
Graduate Program Chair, Professor of Aviation Human Factors & Professor of Human-Centered Design

Geoffrey Swain, Ph.D.

Geoffrey Swain, Ph.D.
Professor of Oceanography and Ocean Engineering

Jignya Patel, Ph.D.

Jignya Patel, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of Information Systems

Steven Lazarus, Ph.D.

Steven Lazarus, Ph.D.
Professor, Ocean Engineering and Marine Sciences

Jessica L. Wildman (Wildones), Ph.D.

Jessica L. Wildman (Wildones), Ph.D.
Associate Professor, School of Psychology

Research News and Stories

New Study of Sebastian Inlet Confirms Link Between Sea Level, Sand Volume

New Study of Sebastian Inlet Confirms Link Between Sea Level, Sand Volume

The findings can be employed by coastal communities as part of coastal resiliency planning, so the reach of the study extends well beyond the research area.

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