UCF’s Top 10 Research Stories for the Year Reflect Turbulent Nature of 2020
News about Arecibo Observatory and research to curb COVID-19 top the list.
UCF Researcher Part of New NASA Mission to Map Water on Moon
The Lunar Trailblazer Mission will create high-resolution maps, which will be important for crewed and robotic missions to the moon.
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.
Doctoral Students Recognized for Aerospace Research
Yuen Yee Li Sip and Elizabeth Barrios in Materials Science and Engineering focus on research that may impact space exploration.
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.
UCF Researchers Identify Features That Could Make Someone a Virus Super-Spreader
Sneezes from people who have congested noses and a full set of teeth travel about 60 percent farther than from people who don’t, according to a new study.
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