FAU Harbor Branch researchers are the first to conduct a low salinity study on Florida pompano to determine the optimal salinity required to culture juvenile fish from hatch to weaning under on-farm conditions.
Four FAU researchers representing engineering, medicine, science and Harbor Branch will be inducted into the FAU Chapter of the National Academy of Inventors®.
FAU Harbor Branch researchers are the first to measure multiple baseline concentrations of phycotoxins from harmful algal blooms in bull sharks from Florida's Indian River Lagoon.
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.
FAU Harbor Branch and Thermo Fisher Scientific have entered into a unique agreement to advance marine science and endangered species research worldwide from the tropics to the Arctic.
Several Florida Atlantic University faculty experts are available to discuss various issues surrounding Hurricane Ian.
Researchers from FAU's Christine E. Lynn College of Nursing and Harbor Branch Oceanographic Institute are seeking participants for a study evaluating potential impacts of exposure to harmful algal blooms.
Multiple lines of evidence from a multi-year microbial source tracking study by FAU Harbor Branch researchers points to septic systems as a contributing source for water quality decline in southwest Florida.
Florida Atlantic University has announced Valery Forbes, Ph.D., as its new dean of the Charles E. Schmidt College of Science, effective Aug. 10.
FAU Harbor Branch researcher and collaborator demonstrate the impacts of climate warming and water management on West Florida's Continental Shelf using a high-resolution simulation model.