Arecibo Observatory Returns from Tropical Storm Isaias Lockdown to Track Asteroid for NASA
The National Science Foundation facility, managed by the University of Central Florida, determines that a newly discovered asteroid won’t threaten Earth.
UCF-Developed New Class of Laser Beam Doesn’t Follow Normal Laws of Refraction
The speed of a message traveling in these packets is no longer affected by traveling through different materials of different densities.
National Program Opens Door for More Underrepresented Students in Physics
The American Physical Society created the Bridge Program in 2015 to help increase diversity in the field by encouraging and supporting underrepresented students to pursue doctoral degrees in physics. UCF was among the first universities to adopt the program and has seen good results.
New Project Will Explore Telehealth Effectiveness on Veterans During Pandemic
The UCF and Orlando VA Healthcare System research project will examine why some veterans complete their psychotherapy treatment and others do not.
COVID-19 Cases to Decline Beginning Next Month, UCF Research Predicts
Using new projections based on A.I. and deep-learning models, UCF data scientists find an optimistic outlook for the pandemic’s trajectory.
The Invisible Line of Cyberdefense
Ranked among the top 30 universities in the nation for cybersecurity programs, UCF’s pipeline of talent and research into the “good side” of the cyber world has never been more important than it is at this moment.
Limbitless Solutions Announces New Collaboration with Adobe
Adobe is providing free Creative Cloud product licenses and training to Limbitless team members and committing a $100,000 grant to support plans for expanding the Limbitless Lab at UCF.
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