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As curator of the Vatican’s meteorite collection, Robert Macke ’10PhD combines science and faith to explore age-old questions of how and why we are here.
How one UCF alumna is advocating for a more inclusive education system.
How a photograph of a rocket launch captured from UCF’s football stadium landed among Time magazine’s top 100 photos of 2020.
The Bod Pod can scan your body in under five minutes and provide your precise body fat percentage — helping everyone from athletes to the elderly.
UCF researchers are working to make driving safer, smarter and more sustainable for everyone on the road.
UCF art and engineering students collaborated to create a new solar-powered sculpture at Exploria Stadium that infuses energy back into the city’s power grid.
UCF researchers are exploring our oceans to better understand dangerous diseases found below — and possible cures.
Innovative faculty research. Powerful student achievements. Exciting alumni accomplishments. From the interesting and heartwarming to the groundbreaking and life-changing, Knights do it all. Here are just a few ways we are making a positive impact on our community, our nation and the world.
Professor Peter Delfyett’s latest honor recognizes his influential career and opens doors for the STEM community at UCF.
Go Baby Go! and St. Joseph’s Children’s Hospital are partnering to provide low-cost mobility solutions for children with disabilities.
Now may be the time to change careers.
How a UCF graduate and former police officer is advocating for public service reform.
It’s not about you as an individual, even if you benefit from it. But recognizing and challenging structural “whiteness” is the key to equity — and excellence.