Dietetics and nutrition student Katerine Diaz shares her summer research experience.
Senior biology major Chavely Valdes-Sanchez spent her summer conducting stem cell research at the Harvard Stem Cell Institute.
A new study uses DNA evidence to confirm the relation between the enormous king crab and the much smaller hermit.
The partnership will bring together business leaders and scholars to advance understanding of the region.
The team placed fifth in the international competition for their 800-square-foot structure.
FIU workshop provides modeling instruction training for local biology teachers.
The Summer Research Institute offers high school students research opportunities in FIU laboratories under the mentorship of top scientists.
Elizabeth Anderson explores hydropower as a potential approach to integrated water resources management.
A series of physics and building challenges gets students excited before they begin their first semester at FIU.
Threats to sharks can imperil entire ecosystems.
College of Medicine researchers win grants for projects seeking to cure cancer, tobacco-related diseases
Professors Alexander Agoulnik and Barry Rosen each received $100,000 from the Florida Department of Health for projects focusing on diseases related to tobacco use.
The Stocker AstroScience Center achieved a construction milestone July 26 with the installation of the observatory dome.
High school teachers from around the country gathered at FIU for the Tapestry Workshop, which aims to attract more and diverse students to computer science.
A recent study co-authored by an FIU professor is the first to compare common models for educating preschoolers with autism spectrum disorder.
Zoo Biology, the new partnership, will explore and develop research and community outreach initiatives.
FIU professor Jennifer Schopf Rehage is co-author on a study explaining why and how organisms develop maladaptive behavior that endanger their survival.
The SR 836 to SR 826 flyover will contain 96 embedded sensors to monitor bridge behavior and health.
Assistant Professor Lindsay Malloy receives a prestigious American Psychological Foundation award for her contributions to the field.
Frank O. Mora takes the helm of the premier center that serves as a nexus between academia and public policy in the Western Hemisphere.
Members of government, business, academe and the non-governmental sector came together to discuss water sustainability in the region.
Rodney Earl Walton's book "Big Guns, Brave Men: Mobile Artillery Observers and the Battle for Okinawa" was the ultimate ending to a journey that began in graduate school.
Four professors in the College of Engineering and Computing and Robert Stempel College of Public Health and Social Work received grants to advance their respective research projects.
Jessica Lee's research on the impacts of ongoing water restoration efforts in the Everglades gets a boost of help from local anglers and the Miami Herald.
A prey's fear of a shark is critical to protecting biodiversity, according to FIU researchers.
The Center for Children and Families is working on three new ADHD research projects that could shift ADHD treatment paradigms.
From culturally competent education to water pipes, research is booming at FIU. Read here about some new funding for the College of Nursing and Health Sciences and the Robert Stempel School of Public Health.
FIU is making a new effort to build its own community of inventors. A revitalized Technology Management and Commercialization office is aiming to give guidance in technology transfer, financing and opportunities for inventors.
One of the country’s leading female scientists now heads FIU’s Applied Research Center; a prominent biomedical engineering researcher joins FIU after the earthquake and tsunami in Japan.
FIU’s Community-Based Intervention Research Group (C-BIRG) has embarked on a new research study that tests the potential effectiveness of scheduled text messaging to reduce underage drinking.
Religious studies professor Tudor Parfitt tracks a global phenomenon of tribal people identifying themselves as a Lost Tribe of Israel.
Raul Gonzalez received the National Institute on Drug Abuse's prestigious Outstanding Early Career Investigator Award.
The Coastal Angler Science Team (CAST) will examine the impacts of ongoing water restoration efforts in the Everglades.
In a new published study, FIU researchers present a revolutionary technique to effectively deliver anti-HIV drug AZTTP into the brain.
New collection of Cuban ephemera is a boon for architecture students.
FIU's Rudolf Jaffé led an international team of researchers to the discovery, which could hold the key to mitigating climate change.
The occurrence of two astronomical events in one day gains worldwide attention.
Art, science and policy collide on a Florida Coastal Everglades Long Term Ecological Research trip to the nation's capitol.
The world’s shark population is experiencing significant decline with perhaps 100 million or more sharks being lost every year.
The Global Water for Sustainability (GLOWS) program receives a USAID grant to expand research opportunities, education and capacity in Colombia.
Chemists and environmental engineers developing new technology to destroy water toxins caused by algal blooms.
FIU will steward the world's only operational underwater research center.