FAU Awarded $5.3 Million to Detect Cognitive Change in Older Drivers

Researchers from Florida Atlantic University’s Christine E. Lynn College of Nursing in collaboration with FAU’s College of Engineering and Computer Science and Charles E. Schmidt College of Science have received a five-year, $5.3 million R01 grant from the National Institute on Aging of the National Institutes of Health for a project titled, “In-vehicle Sensors to Detect Cognitive Change in Older Drivers.”... more

GULF OF MEXICO MISSION: ‘OCEAN BLUE HOLES ARE NOT CREATED EQUAL’

Researchers from Florida Atlantic University’s Harbor Branch Oceanographic Institute are among a team of scientists from Mote Marine Laboratory and Aquarium, Georgia Tech (Georgia Institute of Technology) and the United States Geological Survey (USGS) who are getting a unique glimpse into these blue holes thanks to gutsy divers and a maneuverable 500-pound autonomous, benthic lander designed especially to descend deep into blue holes.... more

FAU MOVES UP IN ‘U.S. NEWS & WORLD REPORT’S’ LIST OF TOP UNIVERSITIES

Florida Atlantic University moved up in the U.S. News & World Report list of “Top Public Schools,” to No. 136 in this year’s ranking of the nation’s best universities. FAU ranked No. 140 in 2020.... more

 


FAU Awarded $5.3 Million to Detect Cognitive Change in Older Drivers

FAU's Christine E. Lynn College of Nursing and collaborators have received a $5.3 million NIH grant to detect cognitive change in older drivers using rapidly available and discreet in-vehicle sensors.

Gulf of Mexico Mission: 'Ocean Blue Holes Are Not Created Equal'

A team of scientists from FAU's Harbor Branch and collaborators recently explored the depths of the "Green Banana" Blue Hole thanks to gutsy scuba divers and an innovative 500-pound autonomous benthic lander.

Study: Tepid Home Prices May Reflect Waning Interest in New York City

Is living in the New York metropolitan area losing its appeal? It's entirely possible, say researchers at Florida Atlantic and Florida International universities.

Master's Degree in AI Now Within Reach of Low-income Students

FAU's College of Engineering and Computer Science has received a $1 million NSF grant for an accelerated five-year program in artificial intelligence for low-income, high-achieving students.

FAU High is Top Public School in FL for National Merit Semifinalists

A total of 34 Florida Atlantic University High School students have been named semifinalists in the 2021 National Merit Scholarship Competition.

FAU's International Business Program Improves in U.S. News Ranking

Florida Atlantic University's International Business undergraduate program moved up three spots to No. 22 in the latest U.S. News & World Report national rankings.

Theatre Lab Kicks Off Season with Virtual Masterclasses

On Sundays throughout October, Theatre Lab will once again welcome some of the nation's emerging and established playwrights to share readings of their newest plays followed by a discussion about their work.

FAU Online Exhibitions Look at Past, Present and Future Politics

Four online exhibitions are united by a consideration of current and historic political issues.

FAU, Palm Beach Book Festival with New York Times Best-Selling Authors

Heather Lende will discuss her book, "Of Bears and Ballots: An Alaskan Adventure in Small-Town Politics" in this virtual event.

FAU's Board of Trustees Reelects Chair

The Florida Atlantic University Board of Trustees reelected current chair Abdol Moabery during its recent annual retreat.

Global Ventures at FAU Receives Soft Landings Designation

The Research Park at Florida Atlantic University® is pleased to announce that its recently launched Soft Landings Center Initiative has received official designation by the InBIA.

FAU Alumni Association Launches AMPLIFY

FAU's Alumni Association has launched AMPLIFY, a new program that features a series of webinars, spotlights and digital content that will be based upon the national heritage celebration of each month.

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Which face masks provide best protection

Bandanas and loosely folded masks still allow droplets to travel in the air, according to researchers at Florida Atlantic University.... more

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