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Art of Science

Art of Science Photo Contest 2020

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FAU researchers are rising to meet some of society’s biggest challenges, from climate change to a global pandemic, from neurodegenerative diseases to cancer and more.


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Research Pillars

To enhance interdisciplinary and collaborative research, FAU established four university-wide research institutes focused on its strengths. These areas are dedicated to improving and addressing diseases of the brain, enhancing human health and quality of life, protecting the oceans and environment locally and globally, and using sensors to study and monitor the world around us.


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HBOI
Harbor Branch Oceanographic Institute
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I-BRAIN
Stiles-Nicholson Brain Institute
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I-HEALTH
Institute for Human Health and Disease Intervention
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I-SENSE
Institute for Sensing and Embedded Network Systems Engineering

RESEARCH DAILY
Artificial Intelligence and and Architectural Design Artificial Intelligence and and Architectural Design
Artificial Intelligence and and Architectural Design

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Listen to In Conversations, a Dorothy F. Schmidt College of Arts and Letters podcast to listen to Daniel Bolojan's research work on design. ... Learn more.

https://www.buzzsprout.com/471520/8961247-ai-and-architectural-design-with-daniel-bolojan
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Show the World Your Work! Show the World Your Work!
Show the World Your Work!

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Submit your research photos now to the 2021 Art of Science photography contest. Deadline to submit Oct. 15. Learn more.

https://youtu.be/3hUCRAPjBvI
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State-of-the-Art Microscope Captures 3D Brain Cells State-of-the-Art Microscope Captures 3D Brain Cells
State-of-the-Art Microscope Captures 3D Brain Cells

By Bethany Alex  | 

Scientists at the Brain Institute capture 3D images of identified brain cells clusters using a new microscope capable of imaging preparations with a razor-thin sheet of laser light. ... Read more.

https://www.fau.edu/jupiter/news/stiles-nicholson-brain-institute-state-of-the-art-microscope/index.php
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