What Makes the COVID-19 Vaccine Safe?
Two UCF professors explain the process of how the vaccine came to be and why they trust the science behind it.
Toy Telescope Launches Career Hunting for Life on Exoplanets
As part of Women’s History Month, UCF will be sharing the stories of some of the many extraordinary women contributing to the advancement of science and enriching our lives through creative scholarship.
UCF Team Uses Machine Learning and Computational Models to Predict Space Junk Movements and Ways to Avoid It
Assistant professor says making access to space sustainable is critical because so much of what we learn in space translates into innovations on earth.
UCF Researcher Aims to Preserve Astronauts’ Muscle Function in Space
With approximately one-third the gravity of Earth, going to Mars puts people at risk for loss of muscle mass, strength and endurance.
From Lighting Shows at Universal to Supporting Space Launches at KSC, UCF Grad Shines
The education, research, and internship opportunities at UCF, coupled with curiosity and outside the box thinking, led one local kid to his dream job — an electronics engineer supporting space launches.
UCF Joins Project to Develop Composites for Spacecraft, NASA Missions
The work is through a NASA Small Business Technology Transfer program in which a Purdue University-affiliated software company is the lead and UCF is the primary research institution.
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UCF Lake Nona Medical Center Opens
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