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 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.
FAU researchers are the first to quantify olfactory organ morphology in fine detail among a diverse set of shark species using dissections, phylogenetic comparisons, and a new technique, called diceCT imaging.
Four FAU researchers representing engineering, medicine, science and Harbor Branch will be inducted into the FAU Chapter of the National Academy of Inventors®.
A prior study by a researcher at FAU and collaborators found starting off on the wrong foot academically, particularly with math and reading, cascades into peer problems during the first years of school.
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.
FAU researchers and collaborators have received a $3 million National Science Foundation grant to uncover complex biological systems and develop tools to globally document coral reef health changes.
A new study by FAU and collaborators finds the missing link between temperature of the incubation environment and sea turtle sex ratios for temperature-dependent embryonic sex determination.
Randy D. Blakely, Ph.D., FAU's Stiles-Nicholson Brain Institute executive director, recently received the Society for Neuroscience's (SfN) 2022 prestigious Science Educator Award.
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.