UCF Researcher is Part of Team that Will Send Rotorcraft to Saturn’s Moon, Titan
The mission and lander are called Dragonfly and are planned to launch in 2027 and reach Titan by the mid-2030s.
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.
Charge On, it’s National Battery Day
NanoScience Technology researcher, Jayan Thomas, celebrates National Battery Day every day through his daily effort to produce the next generation of batteries.
New UCF Study Examines Leeches for Role in Major Disease of Sea Turtles in Florida
The disease fibropapillomatosis causes sea turtles to develop tumors on their bodies, which can limit their health and mobility.
NSF Awards UCF $2.9 Million to Train Next Generation of Cybersecurity Defenders
The award comes at a time when cyber threats are becoming more prevalent, from stolen customer information to the hacking of government data and more recently, breaching the security of a Florida water plant.
NASA Selects UCF Honeybee-inspired Spacesuit Material Design for Further Development
The material’s nanostructure design is based on how honeybees and other pollinators can manipulate pollen using microstructures and electric fields.
UCF in the News
UCF and HCA Unveil Long-awaited Lake Nona Hospital