STEM and language arts — two sides of the same coin?
Spanish Professor Tyler Fisher makes the case for unity between STEM and language arts — and what students can do to make the most out of whichever field they choose.
UCF’s New Smart Cities Master’s Program to Support Urban Systems
The civil engineering track will be the nation’s first smart-cities degree offered in the engineering field.
New Study on Gene Editing in Wildlife Finds People Are Wary
People living in the U.S. are wary of using CRISPR-based genetic engineering to achieve wildlife conservation goals.
5 Things to Know About UCF – June 17, 2019 Edition
From prestigious awards to moon minings, these are some top stories for UCF this week. 1. JFK to LAX in 30 Minutes A recent discovery…
Limbitless Solutions, Mayo Clinic Launch Study for New Wheelchair Technology to Help ALS Patients
Project Xavier is being tested and evaluated to assess if it improves the independent mobility and quality of life of patients with Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis.
Stanford, UCF Study Finds People Avoid Virtual Humans in Real World
Augmented Reality experiences can affect real-world behavior, which is important because AR is often used to train nurses, doctors and other health care professionals.
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