The temperature is so hot that it would tear most water molecules apart, and the researchers say detecting the remaining water that survived speaks to the extraordinary sensitivity of the James Webb Space Telescope.
Through her work with the Cognitive Sciences Laboratory, Olivia Newton ’13 ’17MS ’22PhD is making an impact in tech research and serving as an example for other Hispanic women in STEM.
UCF Professor and natural disaster expert Christopher Emrich shares his 10 do’s and four don’t’s for the current hurricane season.
Funded by the NASA Human Research Program the project will examine motion sickness, sleep disturbance, changes to cognitive function, eye and brain health, and more.
The new collaboration includes 15 faculty members and leaders from minority-serving institutions from across the country.
Computer science student Natalie Longtin and alumni Andy Phan ’21 ’23MS and Jacob Steinbronn ’23 earn a spot in International Collegiate Programming Contest World Finals, which will take place in Egypt in November.
This year, the Udall Foundation recognizes around 55 students for leadership, public service and a commitment to issues related to Native Americans or the environment.
The most recent presidents of the Asian Pacific American Coalition joined the organization for different reasons, and then experienced very similar life-changing benefits.