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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.
We might all be familiar with scenes in movies and television programs where a spacecraft is entering Earth’s atmosphere and red glow forms as the space craft heats up. In reality, special heat resistant tiles are used to absorb this… Read More
The American Association of Physicists in Medicine recently awarded Dr. Frank J. Bova the Edith Quimby Lifetime Achievement Award for his work in radiosurgery. The award is given to members of the association who have made significant contributions to medical… Read More
Erika M. Moore, Ph.D., has joined the Herbert Wertheim College of Engineering at UF as the Rhines Rising Star Larry Hench Assistant Professor, the first of two Rhines Rising Star assistant professorships in the Department of Materials Science and Engineering… Read More
Nuclear Engineering Ph.D. student Charlyne Smith has been awarded a coveted National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship. She is a 2017 graduate of Coppin State University, where she earned her bachelor’s degree in chemistry and mathematics, and is a first… Read More
Materials Science and Engineering Professor Wolfgang Sigmund, Ph.D., has been elected into the European Union Academy of Sciences. Sigmund earned his Ph.D. from Johannes Gutenberg University. He has been a professor at the University of Florida since 1999. His research… Read More
University of Florida Materials Science and Engineering Professor Juan Claudio Nino was honored as a distinguished speaker for the Richard E. Tressler Lectures in Materials at Pennsylvania State University.