Researchers from FAU Harbor Branch will assess shark interactions with recreational fishing using a citizen-science approach, forensics and social media to gauge prevalence and species of fish involved.
FAU researchers have developed autonomous passive acoustic technology that offers significant advances on conventional methods used to monitor and protect endangered whales in the increasingly noisy ocean.
A first-of-its-kind study took three years and 371 SCUBA dive hours using active and remote video to uncover how diverse species of octopus coexist by examining their diet, habits, behavior and activity.
Higher home prices make it more advantageous in many markets to postpone ownership.
FAU's Division of Research "Research in Action" talk series on Zoom is free and open to the public. Each week, participants can listen to experts in their fields as they present their latest research.
Christine E. Lynn College of Nursing researchers explored trends in physical activity in ethnically diverse older adults to see what drives them to start or sustain physical activity and what stops them.
Schmidt College of Medicine researchers reviewed the recent major randomized, double-blind placebo-controlled trials for hydroxychloroquine, finding a lack of significant benefit and some suggestion of harm.
Phoenix, Las Vegas and Stockton, California, rank among the 10 most overvalued of the nation's largest housing markets.
Researchers from the College of Engineering and Computer Science explored trust and distrust of artificial intelligence, automated technologies and self-driving cars in a study involving 352 participants.
FAU researchers measured both the psychological perception of stress and evaluated how undergraduate males and females cope with stress. The differences are vast.