Researchers from FAU's College of Engineering and Computer Science have trained five classification algorithms to create an accurate model that proactively predicts COVID-19 test results.
FAU researchers have developed a novel wearable device conveniently worn around the waist that measures all of the physiological parameters associated with heart failure in real time around the clock.
The three-year NSF grant will help to ensure appropriate representation of women in STEM faculty and continues the work of the late Emmanuelle Tognoli, Ph.D., who served as a research professor at FAU.
FAU College of Engineering and Computer Science researchers have joined forces to develop a universal radio adapter for secure communications for U.S. military, government and critical infrastructure systems.
Four FAU researchers representing engineering, medicine, science and Harbor Branch will be inducted into the FAU Chapter of the National Academy of Inventors®.
Using DNA from two ancient humans unearthed in two archaeological sites in northeast Brazil and powerful algorithms and genomic analyses, a study unravels the deep demographic history of South America.
Researchers have received a $599,503 grant from the United States Department of Defense for a powerful high resolution imaging technique that can reveal nanoscale structures.
The College of Engineering and Computer Science project combines AI, machine learning, biosensors and automated training to empower amputees to control the full dexterity of artificial hands.
Several Florida Atlantic University faculty experts are available to discuss various issues surrounding Hurricane Ian.
FAU researchers have developed and tested a novel 3D microfluidic device to study the complicated processes that take place in malaria-infected placenta between mother and fetus.