UCF Researchers Use Advanced Light to Reveal How Different Biofuels Behave
The work is part of a U.S. Department of Energy initiative to identify cleaner burning and renewable alternatives to gasoline.
Arecibo Observatory Helps Researchers Find Possible ‘First Hints’ of Low-Frequency Gravitational Waves
Although the researchers used Arecibo Observatory data, they are no longer able to make observations using the observatory since it collapsed in December following broken cables in August and November.
UCF Developed Sensor Passes First Test, On Track for Future Moon Missions
Understanding how dust behaves on the moon and other planetary surfaces is critical for future space exploration missions.
Rare Bethlehem Star, Geminids and More Delight Stargazers this Month
No special equipment will be needed to watch all the action.
Limbitless Solutions Announces New Bionic Arm Design Collaboration with Ubisoft
All-new, artistic bionic arm sleeves feature armor from the action-adventure video game, Assassin’s Creed Odyssey.
How UCF Made a Difference During the Pandemic
From supporting those in need to developing innovative methods to battle COVID-19, here’s how the UCF community responded to new challenges.
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