IN SYNC? MALARIA PARASITE AND HUMAN TIME CLOCKS DO ALIGN
Transmitted through infected mosquitos, the malaria parasite, once in the human bloodstream, synchronously ruptures red blood cells and rapidly infects new red blood cells, beginning the cycle anew.... more
‘Pathogen’ Storm: Vibrio Bacteria, Sargassum, and Plastic Marine Debris
A new study uncovers how the interplay between Sargassum spp., plastic marine debris and Vibrio bacteria creates the perfect “pathogen” storm that has implications for both marine life and public health.... more
RUNNING THROUGHOUT MIDDLE AGE KEEPS ‘OLD’ ADULT-BORN NEURONS ‘WIRED’
Aging often is accompanied by cognitive decline. Among the first structures of the brain affected are the hippocampus and adjacent cortices, areas essential for learning and memory.... more
In Sync? Malaria Parasite and Human Time Clocks Do Align
A new study has uncovered "coupling" between the malaria parasite and its human host, which provides a pathway to new treatments for a disease that claims the life of a child under age 5 every minute.
Taghi Khoshgoftaar, Ph.D., Recognized as Highly Cited Google Scholar
FAU engineering professor's scientific publications have garnered more than 30,000 citations over the last five years (2018 to 2023), yielding a Google Scholar h-index of 88.
Report: Average Renter in Much of U.S. Needs $100,000 Salary
The average renter in 11 U.S. markets must make a six-figure annual salary to avoid being classified as rent-burdened
FAU's Madden Center Launches Free Online Certificate in Value Creation
Florida Atlantic University's Madden Center for Value Creation is offering a free online certificate to help business professionals analyze and create value in organizations.
Drone Squads from The Cane Institute Sweep National Competition
Four teams from The Cane Institute at A.D. Henderson recently competed at the Drones in School National Competition in Denver for the first time, taking first through fourth place among middle school squads.
'Financial Times' Ranks FAU Executive Education No. 2 in U.S.
FAU ranked No. 2 in the United States overall, No. 1 in the U.S. and No. 4 in the world for female participation, and No. 17 globally for overall satisfaction.
A Chorus Line, Big Band Concerts and More
FAU has announced the lineup for this summer's Festival Rep.
Laura Bush and Barbara Pierce Bush at FAU
Florida Atlantic University's 2023 Alan B. and Charna Larkin Symposium on the American Presidency presents "A Conversation with Laura W. Bush and Barbara Pierce Bush.
Montana Tucker Headlines Concert-4-Kindness at FAU
Award-winning singer-songwriter, dancer, actress and social influencer Montana Tucker will headline a multi-arts Concert-4-Kindness on Sunday, Jan. 15, 2023.
FAU Approved for Pulmonary/Critical Care Medicine Fellowship
FAU's Schmidt College of Medicine has received initial accreditation for its fifth university-sponsored fellowship, which will be based at Boca Raton Regional Hospital, part of Baptist Health.
FAU and Insightec Partner to Treat Neurological Disorders
FAU and Insightec will collaborate to advance scientific knowledge about the use of focused ultrasound to treat brain diseases, including Parkinson's disease and Alzheimer's disease.
FAU Among 'U.S. News'' 2023-24 'Best Graduate Programs'
Several Florida Atlantic University graduate programs are included in the latest U.S. News & World Report's "Best Graduate Programs" for 2023-24.
Watch baby sea turtles get released into the ocean live on TODAY
NBC’s Kerry Sanders joins TODAY live from the waters off the coast of Florida to report on why there are more female turtles than male turtles being born – and then helps release young turtles into the ocean!... more