National Science Foundation Awards Arecibo Observatory $12.3 Million Grant
The money will be used during the next four years to make a range of repairs and improvements to the facility, which will also expand Arecibo’s capabilities to do cutting edge observations.
UCF Grad Selected to Help Introduce Scientific Perspectives to Congress
Laser scientist Christina C. C. Willis ’09MS ’13PhD will begin her one-year fellowship as a special legislative assistant in September.
Pretty Soon, Floridians May No Longer Need to Wait to Turn Left on Red
UCF researcher and alum Hatem Abou-Senna ’03MS ’12PhD worked on a project with the Florida Department of Transportation to make left turns safer and more efficient.
Meet the 5 Members of UCF’s 1st All-Female Cybersecurity Team
The team, which is a part of the university’s decorated Hack@UCF club, will be the only all-female squad to compete at the Wicked6 Cyber Games in Las Vegas this week.
UCF Researcher’s AI Tutoring Tool Targets Improving Student Studying Skills
The tutoring tool developed by a UCF researcher uses artificial intelligence to help students learn more effectively by monitoring their learning activities, facial expressions, eye movements and interactions with avatars.
New Frog Species Named after UCF Professor
Biology graduate student Veronica Urgiles dedicated one of her discoveries in Ecuador to Professor Pedro Quintana-Ascencio.
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