UCF Researcher to Build a System that Identifies Habitable Planets Based on the Color They Emit
NASA project to use sunglasses polarization technology to create a catalog of wavelengths to look for when searching the galaxy for exoplanets.
UCF History Professor Becomes Nationally Syndicated Columnist
Professor Luis Martínez-Fernández hopes to use the platform to give a voice to a growing and important Latino community in America.
Animals’ Magnetic ‘Sixth’ Sense May Come from Bacteria, New Paper Suggests
The question is one that has been unresolved despite 50 years of research.
New Latinx Leadership Course to Broaden Cultural Competence, Empower Students
At the start of Latinx Heritage Month, we take a look at a new course that can benefit students now and in their future careers.
UCF Named No. 1 Aerospace, Defense Workforce Supplier for 6th Year in a Row
Using insight from companies in these industries, Aviation Week Network also ranked the university as the No. 2 preferred supplier in the U.S.
UCF in the News
Downtown Innovation District Nearly Doubles in Size Since January
i4 Business Magazine
Knight’s Pantry Tackles Food Insecurity During COVID-19 Pandemic
Spectrum News 13