Finalists for FAU's Next President Selected

By | July 5, 2023

The Florida Atlantic University Presidential Search Committee recommended to the University's Board of Trustees three finalists for the presidency of the University

FAUAA Appoints New 2023-24 Executive Committee, Welcomes Members

By | July 5, 2023

The Florida Atlantic University Alumni Association (FAUAA) Board has announced its 2023-24 roster, including two new members of its executive committee

Robotic Glove Lends a 'Hand' to Relearn Playing Piano After a Stroke

By | June 29, 2023

Using AI, FAU engineering researchers have developed a first-of-its-kind soft robotic exoskeleton glove that "feels." The new technology provides precise force and guidance in recovering fine finger movements.

FAU Foundation Board Appoints New Chair, Welcomes Members

By | June 29, 2023

Florida Atlantic University's Foundation Board of Directors welcomed Noel Gonzalez '94 and Charles Cartwright to its board of directors.

U.S. Infant Mortality Fell, But Low Birth Weight, Preterm Births Rose

By | June 29, 2023

A new study examining time trends and racial inequities in infant mortality, low birth weight and preterm births over 11 years suggests that infant mortality alone is not a sufficient indicator of health.

Boom! Detecting Gregarious Goliath Groupers Using Their Sounds

By | June 28, 2023

FAU researchers deployed a novel automated detector and localization model to find underwater marine organisms using their low-frequency pulse sounds to illustrate their detailed behavior.

Study: Rent Increases Stabilizing, Still Largely Unaffordable for Many

By | June 22, 2023

Rental increases have moderated in most areas in the United States, though many renters are still priced out of the market, according to researchers at Florida Atlantic University and two other schools.  

Tool to Diagnose and Monitor Sickle Cell Disease Receives U.S. Patent

By | June 22, 2023

A new portable tool developed by a College of Engineering and Computer Science researcher will enable patients with sickle cell disease to reliably and conveniently monitor their disease.

Study: Liberal-leaning CEOs' Firms More Likely to Exit Russia

By | June 22, 2023

U.S. companies led by liberal-leaning CEOs were more likely to exit Russia than firms with conservative-leaning CEOs, according to new research from Florida Atlantic University and Northeastern University.

Sea Snail First Seen in the U.S. May Have Arrived as a 'Stowaway'

By | June 20, 2023

A researcher from FAU reports that the mollusk, Naria turdus, found in Lake Worth Lagoon took two years to arrive in South Florida most likely as a stowaway attached to the hull of a ship as larva.