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Florida Tech’s Buzz Aldrin Space Institute is working with NASA to tackle one of the major hurdles of future Mars habitation.
This free community event from 2-6 p.m. on the Melbourne campus features games, entertainment, a costume contest and lots of candy.
The series opens with "Advances of Surgical Techniques on Earth Through Space Exploration,” which looks at how design-based thinking influenced medical advances.
The 81-year-old organization known for recognizing the state’s top scientists with its annual FAS Medalist program will move from the Orlando Science Center this fall.
Lemp, who started in mid-October, comes to weVENTURE after serving as CareerSource Brevard’s community resources manager for the past two years and program planning officer for four years.
Opening Oct. 22, "Radiant Messenger: Drawings by China Marks" features over 50 complex stitched and collaged fabric drawings by the New York-based artist.
Workshop participants will gain a better understanding of cancer-related stress and fatigue and learn to incorporate healthy behaviors into everyday living.
Beyond its strong overall position among the more than 1,000 schools included in the ranking, Florida Tech excelled in key individual categories including graduate salary and school resources.
A mixed-media artist, Leal is influenced by the migration, acculturation, and interrelations of peoples from a range of cultures.
Florida Tech’s Treat or Treat Oct. 29 Offers Free Halloween Fun for All
Florida Tech Offers Free Workshops on Managing Cancer Stress, Fatigue
Holiday Builders Launches Tom Franz Scholarships at Florida Tech
Drawings of China Marks at New Foosaner Art Museum Exhibition
Florida Tech Launches STEAM Seminar Series Oct. 25
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