A revolutionary new virtual reality (VR) experience, "Sea Level Rise (SLR) Explorer WPB," is a simulation of the devastation that a Category 5 hurricane and sea level rise could have on West Palm Beach.
FAU researchers are the first to use a new autonomous, submersible holographic 3D microscope and imaging system to characterize red tide in the field and break new ground for monitoring harmful algal blooms.
Students at A.D. Henderson University School in Boca Raton were able to get a glimpse into their potential future as more than 40 presenters dropped by for Career Day today.
United States Rep. Cory Mills ( R-Fla.) visited Florida Atlantic University today to tour FAU's quantum physics laboratory in the Charles E. Schmidt College of Science.
FAU Tech Runway® recently accepted 16 companies to participate in the 11th cohort of its Venture Program.
FAU engineers and students will use AI and sensing in Wahoo Bay, a "living" underwater laboratory, which will serve partly as an educational marine park as well as an initiative to restore the natural habitat.
FAU's College of Engineering and Computer Science and OP Solutions have announced the intellectual property merit of FAU-developed versatile video coding technology to improve the process of streaming media.
FAU, Delray Medical Center and Insightec are collaborating on a groundbreaking study for Alzheimer's disease and have treated the first patient in Florida using non-invasive focused ultrasound technology.
FAU researchers have developed a new machine learning approach to quantify fire-induced thaw settlement across the entire Tanana Flats in Alaska, which encompasses more than 3 million acres.
Researchers from the Schmidt College of Medicine have unraveled the interplay between chronic pain, sleep and spinal cord stimulation, a treatment that uses low levels of electricity to relieve pain.