Arecibo Observatory’s Telescope Collapses
Maintaining safety at the site, conducting a complete damage assessment as quickly as possible, and taking action to contain and mitigate any environmental damage caused by the structure or its materials are the priorities for NSF and UCF.
UCF Student Places 2nd at National Cybersecurity Competition
Graduate student Michael Roberts ’19 beat more than 450 students from across the nation in the U.S. Department of Energy’s 2020 CyberForce Competition.
The Benefits of Discovery Through International Collaboration
We are more connected than we imagine and have more to gain working together to overcome challenges than we do separately.
UCF Researcher Zeroes in on Critical Point for Improving Superconductors
A superconductor that can operate at room temperature would be a dream material able to efficiently power the cities of tomorrow and magnetically levitate cars.
Arecibo Observatory Telescope to be Decommissioned After Second Cable Break
The National Science Foundation expects it will be several weeks before disassembly of the telescope can begin.
UCF Delivers Engineering Options for Arecibo Observatory (AO)
The University of Central Florida today delivered engineering options to address the Arecibo Observatory to the National Science Foundation. UCF manages the facility under a…
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