FAU Harbor Branch researchers compared water quality in Florida's Indian River Lagoon "pre" and five-years "post" fertilizer bans, revealing sewage, not fertilizer is the root cause of environmental issues.
A study finds risks unique to families with close ties. When parents and adolescents are close, parents transmit political apathy to their adolescent children, which could negatively impact young voters.
The Schmidt College of Medicine received the monumental gift from philanthropists Ann and John Wood to combat amyloidosis, a complex and challenging disease, using a whole-body and multidisciplinary approach.
FAU's Stephen Kajiura, Ph.D., a professor of biological sciences in the Charles E. Schmidt College of Science, is featured in National Geographic's highly popular series, "When Sharks Attack."
A researcher from the College of Social Work and Criminal Justice investigated the effectiveness of transitional employment programs and cognitive behavioral interventions during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Florida Atlantic University Presidential Search Committee recommended to the University's Board of Trustees three finalists for the presidency of the University
The Florida Atlantic University Alumni Association (FAUAA) Board has announced its 2023-24 roster, including two new members of its executive committee
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.
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.
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.