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Master’s Students Compete for the First Time in UCF’s Three-Minute Thesis Competition
This year marked the first time that master’s students participated alongside doctoral students in the annual Three Minute Thesis Competition at UCF.
UCF Recognizes 6 Top Scholars as 2022 Luminary Award Winners
The honor is designed to recognize some of UCF’s brightest stars who shine a positive light on UCF and on their respective fields.
New $1.25 Million Research Project Will Map Materials at the Nanoscale
The work can lead to new catalysts and other compounds that could be applicable in a range of areas including quantum science, renewable energy, life sciences and sustainability.
New NASA-funded Study Hopes to Put Risks of Space Junk on People’s Radar
Space debris can endanger spacecraft and damage satellites that are critical to everything from communication to GPS, air traffic control, surveillance and national security.
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