NEWS ARCHIVE


FAU Poll: Biden Has More Work to Do to Win Over Florida Voters

By | May 6, 2021

U.S. President Joe Biden won praise in Florida for his handling of the coronavirus pandemic, but registered voters still issued only tepid approval for his first 100 days in office.

FAU Poll Tells Disturbing Tale of Hospitality and Tourism Employment

By | May 4, 2021

The world's battered hospitality and tourism industry has a long way to go to rebound from the devastating effects of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Flushing a Public Toilet? Don't Linger, Since Aerosolized Droplets Do

By | April 20, 2021

FAU College of Engineering and Computer Science researchers explored the flushing power of toilets and urinals in a public restroom to test the risk of COVID-19 transmission.

Florida COVID-19 Infection Rate for Young People Among Highest in 2020

By | April 15, 2021

Florida ranked among the states with the highest COVID-19 infection rates for younger residents in 2020.

FAU Expert Answers Questions about COVID-19 Vaccines

By | March 31, 2021

The Schmidt College of Medicine's Joanna Drowos, D.O., M.P.H., M.B.A., provides answers to some of the most frequently asked questions regarding COVID-19 vaccines.

FAU Study Shows Where Money is Best Spent to Fight a Pandemic

By | March 17, 2021

In deciding on how to combat pandemics like COVID-19, the total amount a government is willing to invest is critical.

FAU Study: Entrepreneurs Getting Big Boost from Online Lending

By | March 10, 2021

Online marketplace loans are leading to a sharp rise in new businesses, evidence that the lending platforms are helping to redefine the U.S. banking industry.

Floridians Bullish on U.S. Economy but Less Certain about Finances

By | March 4, 2021

While Floridians are upbeat about the U.S. economic recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic, many residents believe their finances won't return to normal until later this year or even beyond 2022

FAU Study: CPA Discipline Motivated by Political Regime

By | March 3, 2021

The severity of state sanctions handed out to certified public accountants (CPAs) is influenced by political regime, a practice with potentially dire consequences for companies and their shareholders.

Cone Snail Venom Shows Potential for Treating Severe Malaria

By | February 18, 2021

A study by researchers at FAU and collaborators finds anti-adhesion drugs derived from cone snail venom may hold the key to treating malaria, COVID-19, AIDS and other diseases using blockage therapies.