Data from 25 comets were compiled to test predictions of solar system formation and evolution.
The honor is designed to recognize some of UCF’s brightest stars who shine a positive light on UCF and on their respective fields.
The work can lead to new catalysts and other compounds that could be applicable in a range of areas including quantum science, renewable energy, life sciences and sustainability.
The mission will explore a region of the moon never before visited and may identify minerals and chemical resources available for future exploration.
Masahiro Ishigami’s work is poised to help bridge a major knowledge gap in the application of nanoscale friction models to high-speed, real-world systems.
Almost 25 tons of high-fidelity simulant has been shipped so far this year to scientists and engineers around the world so they can test their ideas before launching them into space.
Physics Ph.D. student Eric Switzer takes the IBM-Zerner Graduate Student Award at the Sanibel Symposium.
UCF’s Top 10 research stories focused on work that battled threats and sought out opportunities to advance us as a species.
The innovation could be a game-changer for communication technologies, such as phones and internet connections.
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