Skip the salt! FAU Harbor Branch researchers have just completed a 10-week study to determine the optimal growing conditions for three species of sea vegetables: sea asparagus, sea purslane and saltwort.
Findings from a groundbreaking study will help scientists and clinicians to develop more tailored treatments and therapies for people who struggle with psychological disorders such as anxiety and depression.
Researchers urge a halt on prescribing hydroxychloroquine, with or without azithromycin, to treat or prevent COVID-19, and caution that the reassuring safety profile of the drug may be more apparent than real.
Using satellite telemetry, a scientist from FAU's Harbor Branch and collaborators provide the first documentation of the whereabouts of bottlenose dolphins from the Indian River Lagoon at night.
A researcher from FAU's Charles E. Schmidt College of Science and collaborators have discovered the source of the rhythmic life cycle for the parasite (P. falciparum ) that causes malaria.
Aerial video from a drone provides the first evidence of adult blacktip sharks using shallow water no more than waist deep to escape the great hammerhead along the southeast coast of Florida.
FAU will confer more than 3,400 degrees for the spring 2020 semester. The new graduates will join more than 175,000 alumni who have graduated from FAU since the University opened its doors in 1964.
FAU has announced the winners of the COVID-19 Change Challenge organized by the Division of Research.
Researchers from FAU's Schmidt College of Medicine and Baylor College of Medicine found that racial inequalities in liver cancer deaths soared after the launch of lifesaving hepatitis C drugs.
A smart city project developed by FAU engineering researchers is being retooled to create new opportunities to tackle COVID-19 with cutting-edge computational epidemiology.