Florida Atlantic University has officially debuted the Innovation and Business Development (I&BD) pipeline, an expanded footprint of services offered to the South Florida business community.
College of Engineering and Computer Science researchers have developed a microfluidic chip for sperm selection that is fast, inexpensive, easy to use and efficiently isolates healthy sperm directly from semen.
Researchers in the College of Engineering and Computer Science have synthesized and tested an alternative adsorbent material to remove CO2 in air revitalization systems.
FAU's Southeast National Marine Renewable Energy Center has announced expansion plans later this year that will include new university partnerships, capabilities and opportunities.
FAU has selected four Ph.D. students whose work embraces computational neuroscience to receive the inaugural Palm Health Foundation Computational Brain Health Graduate Fellowships.
FAU researchers have designed a first-of-its-kind multichannel soft robotic armband that conveys artificial sensations of touch, which could be a game changer for users of prosthetic hands.
A study is the first to unveil the prevalence of plastics in the entire water column in the southern Atlantic Ocean and implicates the ocean interior as a crucial pool of 'missing' plastics.
FAU engineering scientists and a Marcus Neuroscience Institute neurosurgeon have collaborated on developing a novel 3D human spine replica for cervical disc implants.
FAU engineering and biomedical science researchers are developing an affordable and reliable, automated HIV self-test that will increase access and improve treatment outcomes in any setting.
The Mars 2020 Perseverance Rover is collecting samples in search of signs of ancient microbial life, which would advance NASA’s quest to explore the past habitability of Mars.