FAU Harbor Branch scientists are the first to culture sponge cells in 3D to scale-up production of sponge biomass and bioactive metabolites for novel drug compounds.
FAU engineering scientists and a Marcus Neuroscience Institute neurosurgeon have collaborated on developing a novel 3D human spine replica for cervical disc implants.
FAU engineering and biomedical science researchers are developing an affordable and reliable, automated HIV self-test that will increase access and improve treatment outcomes in any setting.
U.S. Hispanics are displaying less consumer confidence heading into 2022 as inflation not seen in decades continues to erode their purchasing power.
Reducing the energy industry's carbon footprint in Florida is impeding a large carnivore's paw-print. A study is the first to document the effects of utility-scale energy installations on a large carnivore.
Florida Atlantic University's College of Business offers one of the nation's best online MBA programs, according to The Princeton Review.
The Mars 2020 Perseverance Rover is collecting samples in search of signs of ancient microbial life, which would advance NASA’s quest to explore the past habitability of Mars.
The frenzied housing market appears to be cooling in many Western U.S. markets, even as prices continue to rise nearly unabated in the Eastern part of the country.
Researchers provide a perspective on aspirin to prevent heart attacks and stroke and urge health care providers to make clinical judgements on a case-by-case basis and based on benefit-to-risk and not age.
The Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at Florida Atlantic University presents, "A Discussion with Former U.S. Ambassador, John Rakolta, Jr."