A first-of-its-kind longitudinal study finds that fun children are more popular and better liked, underscoring the importance of being fun. In the eyes of peers, "fun begets status and status begets fun."
FAU College of Engineering and Computer Science researchers use flow visualization to demonstrate how far a mechanically simulated cough travels and lingers in the air.
FAU neuroscientists will investigate critical links between neuroinflammation and psychopathology, providing a new pathogenic mechanism for anxiety, depression and cognitive dysfunction.
Marine scientists have developed a new method that greatly enhances the ability to measure sea turtle hatchling sex ratios and is a crucial step to assess climate change impacts on imperiled turtle species.
Beach closures and other COVID-19 pandemic restrictions required FAU marine scientists to get creative to make sure that three baby green sea turtles made it home, so they teamed up with the U.S. Coast Guard.
A first-of-its-kind study by FAU researchers explores the phenomenon of visual cues and live video interactions. Now more than ever, it's important to understand how technology is impacting communication.
As the world prioritizes social distancing, new FAU research shows that a skin-to-skin, chest-to-chest method of caring for a baby, can positively benefit full-term infants and their mothers.
FAU expert in pandemic planning and response, health care quality improvement and patient safety, and health policy and management, answers some of the most frequently asked questions about COVID-19.
FAU researchers and collaborators have published a commentary in 'The American Journal of Medicine' about the urgent need for public health leadership in the wake of the emerging coronavirus pandemic.
Sea turtles have multiple mates, yet there is no consensus on why they do. A study by FAU researchers is helping to shed light on the fate of diminishing male sea turtle populations.