FAU Harbor Branch's Bing Ouyang, Ph.D., has received a patent for a new invention about the size of a soda can, which is a potential gamechanger in advanced underwater imaging technology.
FAU researchers will examine the effects of smoke-related pollution from agricultural burns on Alzheimer's and related dementias risks on farmworkers and rural residents along Florida's Lake Okeechobee.
Florida Atlantic University's chapter of the National Academy of Inventors (NAI) was recently honored with the inaugural Chapter of Excellence Award during the NAI Annual Meeting in Washington, D.C.
FAU engineering researchers conducted a systematic review of peer-reviewed journal papers analyzing the technical aspects of machine learning applied to predicting opioid use as well as the published results.
FAU Tech Runway® recently accepted 16 companies to participate in the 12th cohort of its Venture Program.
FAU engineering researchers designed a diagnostic tool to explore the use of microRNA signatures and AI as biomarkers to detect and classify several prominent cancers.
The Schmidt College of Medicine received the monumental gift from philanthropists Ann and John Wood to combat amyloidosis, a complex and challenging disease, using a whole-body and multidisciplinary approach.
Using AI, FAU engineering researchers have developed a first-of-its-kind soft robotic exoskeleton glove that "feels." The new technology provides precise force and guidance in recovering fine finger movements.
FAU researchers deployed a novel automated detector and localization model to find underwater marine organisms using their low-frequency pulse sounds to illustrate their detailed behavior.
A new portable tool developed by a College of Engineering and Computer Science researcher will enable patients with sickle cell disease to reliably and conveniently monitor their disease.