FAU and NSU researchers are the first to link the use of the herbicide Roundup®, the world's most commonly used herbicide by volume and by land-area treated, to convulsions in animals.
A newly-discovered walking shark that breaks all of the rules for survival is the focus of the first study to explore differences in walking and swimming in these neonate (newly-hatched) and juvenile sharks.
FAU researchers are conducting a study in adults 60 and older to improve public health by providing information about how human memory changes with age - and you can help.
FAU has landed a major National Science Foundation (NSF) Engineering Research Center with Columbia University, Rutgers University, the University of Central Florida, and Lehman College.
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.
A study by FAU researcher Sameer Hinduja, Ph.D., is the first to explore empathy types in early adolescents and its relationship to race-based and religion-based online bullying.
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 researchers have developed a portable microfluidic platform that rapidly and accurately detects Hepatitis C infection without the need for trained technicians, expensive equipment or a laboratory.
During the pandemic, FAU researchers evaluated a remotely supervised online chair yoga intervention for older adults with dementia and measured clinical outcomes virtually via Zoom under the remote guidance.
Hari Kalva, Ph.D., an associate chair and professor in the College of Engineering and Computer Science, has been recognized for his innovation in video compression and communication.