New NASA Flight Opportunities Include Funding for UCF Planetary Scientist
Insights from the research will inform missions to land on the moon, asteroids and planets.
Sea Turtle Nesting Season Winding Down, Some Numbers are Up and It’s Unexpected
Green turtle nest counts are the fifth highest recorded since 1982, in a year when their numbers were supposed to be down.
Cell Biology Gurus and UCF Bioimaging Expert Partner to Crack 4th Dimension Secrets
The collaboration may lead to new understanding about the role of movement of nuclear organization in gene expression, which could translate into new treatments and…
UCF Downtown Maker Space Reconfigures Layout to Reopen for Projects
Campus adapts the lab’s open-door policy to meet COVID-19 requirements.
UCF Homecoming 2020 in 14 Photos
Students, alumni, faculty and staff showed their school spirit in a mix of in-person and virtual events.
How Fake News Affects U.S. Elections
UCF Lecturer Chrysalis Wright, who was appointed to the UN’s Communications Coordination Committee, shares insight on one of the threats to our democracy.
UCF Researcher Is Working to Extend Battery Life in Smartphones, Electric Cars
Some of Assistant Professor Yang Yang’s latest work is focused on keeping a key, internal metal structure — the anode — from falling apart over…
UCF Experts Weigh in as Coronavirus Captures Headlines
UCF faculty and staff in various fields share their expertise with local and national media.