Tag Archives: 'biological sciences'

Breaking the Ice in Arctic Research

Breaking the Ice in Arctic Research

By Brenna O’Neill, M.S. Marine Biology‘13 I initially thought that adjusting to an Arctic summer with temperatures in the 30s and sunlight for 22 hours a day would be difficult after coming from Florida. However, after [...]

Jon Shenker: Unforgiving Marine Biology Fun

Jon Shenker: Unforgiving Marine Biology Fun

via the Florida Tech Today by Andy McIlwraith  Marine biology is not for you. Unless it is. The smell is jarring, a pungent blend of decaying leaves and rotten eggs, as a dozen or so fresh-faced [...]

Serendipity of the Singing Fish

Serendipity of the Singing Fish

via the Florida Tech Today  by George White and Christena Callahan  A shared fascination over fish sounds united three biology alumni years and miles removed from their days at Florida Tech. Their research collaboration began before [...]

Biomedical Engineering comes to Florida Tech

Biomedical Engineering comes to Florida Tech

Pictured: The world’s first fully-contained artificial heart, AbioCor®, from UMDNJ-Robert Wood Johnson Medical School The spring semester has really been treating me well. I’m currently taking 19 credit hours (I know, it’s insane but not earth-shattering!), starting my [...]