The funding is designed to foster long-term partnerships between NASA and MSIs and to give eligible research projects the chance to pursue larger grants in the future.
The fellowship is granted to STEM majors and graduate students who intend to pursue a doctoral degree and can complete a research project relevant to the DoD’s interests.
The alum is in part honored for developments he made at UCF that have been used in academia, industry and government agencies to advance supercritical CO2 combustion technology.
The awards support purchases of research equipment for STEM fields.
Subith Vasu is 1 of 12 scientists and engineers to receive the prestigious 2020 award from the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency.
The UCF researcher and his team will use the funding to analyze and identify the unique molecules found in opioids to make them easier for first responders and the military to detect them.
UCF will develop a new way of powering and heating spacecrafts when they are far from the sun and solar energy isn’t practical.
In honor of the 50th anniversary of the country’s historic Apollo 11 mission, UCF takes a look back, and a look forward, at its role in America’s space program.
Making sure the chemicals are completely destroyed will help ensure the safety of people and those responsible for their removal.