A long-term FAU Harbor Branch study shows since 2011, parts of the Indian River Lagoon's benthic cover has changed from primarily seagrass until 2015, to primarily the green macroalga C. prolifera after 2018.
FAU researchers provide the first quantified observations of the "birth" of purpose in human infants, as they recognize their causal powers and transition from spontaneous to intentional behavior.
Regardless of race, age, geography or urbanization, a new study by FAU's Schmidt College of Medicine shows U.S. drug overdose deaths more than quadrupled from 1999 to 2020, causing 1,013,852 deaths.
FAU researchers have uncovered the correlation between nest temperatures on leatherback hatchling shape, performance and hatching success in the United States.
A new FAU study shows geographically distinct areas of the highest death rates in the U.S. related to cigarettes as well as firearms, including both assault and suicide over two decades from 1999 to 2019.
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.
FAU researchers provide the first big picture nationwide of a 'coastal squeeze' in the contiguous U.S. from 1985 to 2015, which has resulted in degeneration of tidal flats due to urban expansion.
A study tested various textures of wristbands to determine if they harbor pathogenic bacteria. E. coli was prevalent on 60 percent of wristbands and Staphylococcus was prevalent on 85 percent of wristbands.
A first-of-its-kind FAU research study shows life is harder for children who are not attractive or athletic. As their unpopularity grows, so do their problems - increasing loneliness and alcohol misuse.
FAU Harbor Branch researchers deployed an autonomous, passive acoustic platform to survey marine protected areas on the western shelf of Puerto Rico during grouper reproductive seasons.