Digital Self-Harm Surges Among U.S. Teens from 2016 to 2021

By | July 9, 2024

A new study finds that digital self-harm, where individuals anonymously post or share hurtful content about themselves online, has increased more than 88% since 2016 among 13 to 17 year olds in the U.S.

National Poll: 45% of Democrat Voters Say Biden Should Not Run

By | July 3, 2024

A new poll conducted by Florida Atlantic University's PolCom Lab and Mainstreet Research USA examines the state of the presidential election as reverberations of last week's debate continue to play out.

Data Analysis: Unbooked Losses at Banks Spike in First Quarter of Year

By | July 3, 2024

More banks reported unbooked losses over at least half of their capital equity, in response to spiking interest rates, according to a screener from an FAU finance expert.

FAU Economist: Prices Declined in May

By | July 2, 2024

As the country experienced mild deflation in May, it might be time for the Federal Reserve to lower the federal funds rate, according to an economist at Florida Atlantic University.

Study: Detroit Overtakes Atlanta as Most Overvalued Housing Market

By | July 1, 2024

After more than a year of Atlanta dominating the list of most overvalued housing markets, Detroit is now the most overpriced market in the United States, according to researchers at FAU and FIU.

U-Ride: Transforming Transit for College Students in Southeast Florida

By | June 27, 2024

FAU is leading a first-time transportation collaboration using a novel app. U-ride is the first app that allows users to easily compare and track the environmental and health impacts of their trip.

Balancing Act: Wearable Sensors and AI Transform Balance Assessment

By | June 26, 2024

Using wearable sensors and advanced machine learning algorithms, FAU engineering researchers are addressing a crucial gap in assessing balance, which could have significant implications for health care.

Challenging ED Protocols for Geriatric Head Injuries, Blood Thinners

By | June 25, 2024

FAU researchers examined the incidence of delayed intracranial hemorrhage in older adults on anticoagulants in the emergency department and found a significantly lower rate than previously reported.

FAU College of Business to Host Second Annual Golf Classic

By | June 25, 2024

Florida Atlantic University's College of Business will host its second annual Golf Classic to support students through scholarships and resources on Oct. 4 at Broken Sound Club, the event's premier host.