Tag Archives: 'COS'

Running a $500 million experiment at CERN

Running a $500 million experiment at CERN

Brian Dorney is a fourth-year doctoral student in the physics and space sciences department studying under Dr. Marc Baarmand. In late December, he returned from [...]

I’m making headlines with an amazing internship while studying space sciences

I’m making headlines with an amazing internship while studying space sciences

By Marie McBride, B.S. Space Sciences – Solar Earth and Planetary Science ‘13 During my sophomore year at Florida Tech, I applied for a variety of summer internships. It was a wonderful surprise when I was [...]

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 [...]

Posters on the Hill Recap

Posters on the Hill Recap

by Ben Judson Locke, Physics ’11 I arrived in DC on Monday, a day before Dr. Marcus Hohlmann and Mike Staib to attend an orientation session and tour of the National Archives. During this time, I [...]