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UCF Partners with Adobe to Personalize Reading Experiences for Students, Adults

The increase in remote work and e-learning sparked by the COVID-19 pandemic means more people are reading in digital formats, from eye-straining, small-text documents to PDFs that have embedded pictures...
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Several Knights to Present at Adobe Max’s Free, Virtual Conference This Week

The Adobe Max 2020 Creativity conference kicks off Tuesday and this year the event is completely virtual and free. Celebrities alongside tech gurus will discuss products and the power to...
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Faculty and Staff Spotlight Research

OSIRIS REx Ready to for Touch-n-Go Maneuver on Tuesday, Oct. 20

Four years after it launched, NASA’s OSIRIS REx NASA mission is closing in on its big day. On Oct. 20, the spacecraft is scheduled to complete its touch-and-go move to...
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Faculty Clusters Launch New Websites as Teams Charge Ahead

For interdisciplinary faculty to focus on big problems, such as the growing need for cybersecurity in a digital age. The effort began with six clusters overseen by the Provost Office...
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UCF Researchers Are Working on Tech So Machines Can Thermally ‘Breathe’

In the era of electric cars, machine learning, and ultra-efficient vehicles for space travel, computers, and hardware are operating faster and more efficiently. But this increase in power comes with...
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UCF Professor Wins Another National Award for his Work in Human Factors

UCF Psychology Professor Peter Hancock has been named the Aerospace Human Factors Association’s William Collins Award recipient for 2020. This is the second time Hancock has received this award for his scholarly...
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Three UCF Researchers Part of Nature Astronomy Articles Chronicling Spitzer Space Telescope Legacy

To understand the significance of the Spitzer Space Telescope on the understanding of our solar system, think of what the steam engine meant for the industrial revolution. A national team...
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Research Student Spotlight

Where Artificial Intelligence Meets Urban Planning

Before you ever step into a new coffee shop, years of urban planning have gone into building that brick-and-mortar building in your neighborhood. Urban planning is a multi-faceted discipline in...
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UCF Graduate Students Land NASA Awards for Unique Experiments

Two physics students just landed two NASA awards that are giving the pair the opportunity to recreate the harsh cosmic conditions found on asteroids and comets in a lab at UCF....
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Faculty and Staff Spotlight Research

UCF Researcher Receives $1.7 Million NIH Grant

Kyu Young Han, an assistant professor in UCF’s College of Optics and Photonics, is the university’s first faculty member to be awarded the National Institutes of Health’s Maximizing Investigators’ Research Award...
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