The DTRA selects engineering and science-based researchers whose work shows promise in its mission to counter the development and use of weapons of mass destruction.
UF Engineers develop sensors that create their own energy, saving weight and extending the battery life of electric vehicles.
With the Department of Energy’s award, MSE Professor Michael Tonks aims to reduce both the time and cost of designing better, more fuel-efficient gasoline engines.
Dr. Kevin Jones recognized as the 2017-2018 UF Teacher-Scholar of the Year — 28 years after his father won.
MSE Professor Dr. Josephine Allen will study the cells back on earth to look for changes as a result of microgravity
Professor Brennan is being honored for his inventions that led to the Sharklet microtopography which was inspired by biomimicry.
Andrew, an associate professor in the Department of Materials Science and Engineering, and her team received a $1.4 million grant from the National Science Foundation to study scalable and high-performance magnetic materials that can be implemented into modern-day devices that would take up less space.
NASA is collaborating with the University of Florida’s Department of Materials Science and Engineering for its RadSat project. The lab lead by Department Chair Michele Manuel developed a lightweight magnesium alloy.
Dr. Andreas Enqvist has been selected for the Institute of Nuclear Materials Management (INMM) Early Career Award. This award recognizes members of the INMM who are 35 years of age or younger and who have made a singular outstanding achievement or… Read More