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ERAU, Honeybee Robotics Receive $750,000 Award From NASA to Develop Asteroid Mining Robots

Mars Robot

NASA has announced the continuation of a two-phase $750,000 research award to Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University and project partner Honeybee Robotics to develop a small integrated autonomous robotic spacecraft system to support the exploration and mining of asteroids and other planetary bodies and moons. Dr. Hever Moncayo and Dr. Richard Prazenica, both Assistant Professors of Aerospace Engineering in the College of Engineering are leading the effort at the Daytona Beach Campus. 

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Daytona Beach Campus

Job Fair

Student Employment Job Fair Leads Students into New Careers

More than 60 students were hired as a result of Student Employment’s annual Fall Off-Campus Job Fair held last month.

Prescott Campus

Crash Survivability Resized

Robertson Safety Institute Holds Crash Survival Investigation Workshop

Seven participants from around the world recently attended the Robertson Safety Institute's Aircraft Crash Survival Investigation and Analysis Workshop.

Worldwide Campus

WACO - Resized

Embry-Riddle Hosts Open House at New Phoenix/Mesa Campus

In a nod to its upcoming 90th anniversary, Embry-Riddle hosted a special open house Sept. 30, at its Worldwide campus at Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport.