The award from the multinational electronics corporation will fund the development of infrared night vision and thermal sensing camera technology for cellphones and consumer electronics.
Faculty at UCF’s Rosen College share their expertise on efforts that promote eco-conscious practices and prosperity for people.
UCF alum Tara Pattilachan ’22’s research examines an innovative, non-invasive solution that may one day help treat osteoporosis, a debilitating disease that affects millions of people worldwide.
Alumna Paola Luigi ’18 ’21MSW shares how her Puerto Rican heritage and studies at UCF shaped a career that centers around growing young professionals.
The spacecraft retrieved rocks and dust from asteroid Bennu that may shed light on how life formed on Earth.
In preparation for National Pedestrian Safety Month throughout October, here’s what you need to know about UCF’s new safety enhancements for pedestrians.
Blood cancers make up about 10% of the nation’s diagnosed cancers each year, and stem cell transplant treatments for these diseases can trigger immunological attacks for patients.
UCF planetary scientist Kerri Donaldson Hanna is part of the NASA mission that will create high-resolution maps of water ice on the moon, which will be crucial for future space exploration.