FAU Invention for Privacy of Sharing Files Online Gets U.S. Patent

Senders who share documents online have little to no control over who views the information that is being sent and where it is being viewed. This is especially problematic for sharing pictures online or when organizations share confidential documents with employees and others.... more

Study Shows Florida Homes Overpriced by More Than 20 Percent

Florida homes keep fetching more money than they’re worth, a disturbing development that eventually could put buyers in a bind, according to researchers at Florida Atlantic University and Florida International University. As of June 30, homes throughout the Sunshine State were selling for 21.76 percent above their long-term pricing trend, an increase from 19.24 percent in May and 17.17 percent in April.... more

Novel Method Predicts if COVID-19 Clinical Trials Will Fail or Succeed

Researchers from Florida Atlantic University’s College of Engineering and Computer Science are the first to model COVID-19 completion versus cessation in clinical trials using machine learning algorithms and ensemble learning.... more


FAU Invention for Privacy of Sharing Files Online Gets U.S. Patent

A College of Engineering and Computer Science researcher's novel technology provides maximum privacy of sharing files online by controlling how and when documents are displayed and viewed.

Scientists Help Debilitated Sea Turtles in Rehab Get the Right Diet

FAU Harbor Branch scientists and collaborators followed their "gut instinct" to address the nutritional needs of Georgia's debilitated loggerhead sea turtles in rehabilitation.

Experts Urge Health Care Workers to Accept COVID-19 Vaccinations ASAP

Charles H. Hennekens, M.D., Dr.PH, FAU Schmidt College of Medicine, and collaborator, address the clinical and public health challenges for health care workers to achieve high levels of COVID-19 vaccinations.

Career Center's Brian Montalvo Named Outstanding Career Practitioner

Brian Montalvo, senior director of FAU's Career Center, has been awarded the Outstanding Career Practitioner, 2021, by the National Career Development Association.

FAU's COCE Receives Excellence and Innovation in Online Teaching Award

FAU's Center for Online and Continuing Education (COCE) has been selected as the recipient of the Online Learning Consortium Accelerate 2021 Excellence and Innovation in Online Teaching Award.

Former Duke Basketball Coach McCallie to Address FAU Students

Former Duke University women's basketball coach Joanne P. McCallie will speak to students in Florida Atlantic University's College of Business on July 22.

The Osher LLI at FAU Jupiter Announces Fall Course Schedule

The Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at Florida Atlantic University in Jupiter has announced its course offerings for the fall semester, which begins Wednesday, Oct. 6.

Osher LLI at FAU Announces Summer Lecture Series

The Osher LLI at FAU in Jupiter has announced a lecture series for the summer semester, which begins Wednesday, June 16.

Osher LLI at FAU Announces Spring Course Schedule

The Osher LLI at FAU in Jupiter has announced its course offerings for the spring semester, which begins Thursday, March 25.

SBDC at FAU Receives $500K in Funding from Citi Foundation

The SBDC at FAU recently received $500,000 from the Citi Foundation to support their continued work in providing technical assistance to small businesses owned by people of color.

FAU Tech Runway® Reveals its Ninth Venture Class

FAU Tech Runway® recently hosted its annual Launch Competition, revealing its ninth class, "Venture Class 9."

$10 Million Gift to Name the Stiles-Nicholson Brain Institute

A near-$10 million to Florida Atlantic University from David J. S. Nicholson will welcome an era of unprecedented research, education and discovery at FAU's John D. MacArthur Campus in Jupiter.


Decades-Long Mystery Of Monkeys Living At Fort Lauderdale Airport Now Solved

It had long been suspected, but never before confirmed, that the monkeys’ ancestors were involved in a jailbreak from the facility, which had captured and imprisoned them with the intention of selling them to research labs studying polio, tuberculosis, and other conditions.... more