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In the News
Dr. Ragozzine interviewed by Florida Today's Matt Reed Show about the New Horizons Pluto Flyby.
Florida Tech researchers cheer Nobel physics award, article in Florida Today.
Dr. Oluseyi is featured in the National Geographic program, "Evacuate Earth," reviewed here in the New York Times.
The American Variety radio show on NPR features an interview with Dr. Hohlmann about the discovery of the Higgs boson at the LHC.
The Economist features Dr. Hohlmann's muon tomography project in this article.
P/SS particle physics students present at the Florida Academy of Sciences, Florida Tech NOW article.
Florida Tech Newsroom
- MEDIA ADVISORY: Florida Tech Faculty Available for Interviews on Pluto Fly-By, What’s Next
- Researchers: Astronomical Observations Have Implications on the Smallest Scales
- Florida Tech Public Science Lecture Discusses Cosmic Gamma Rays March 27
- What If There Were No Moon?
- Plait and Oluseyi to Talk Astronomy and More at Public Forum Feb. 26
The Department of Physics and Space Sciences at Florida Tech offers students a solid foundation in the physical sciences with the personalized attention of our 15 full-time faculty. Our department was the first in the country to offer a degree in Space Sciences, and we are still among only a handful that offers this degree today. Our graduates obtain employment at NASA, in the private-sector industry, and academia.
We offer our students unique real-world learning opportunities in a range of areas:
- Astronomy and Astrophysics (using our 0.8-m Ortega Telescope, or the SARA network of three 1-m class telescopes located around the world)
- High-Energy Particle Physics (in our HEP and Detector Development Laboratories)
- Space Physics and Space Weather
- Lightning Research
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