Researchers from FAU's Harbor Branch and collaborators conducted the first multiyear study of large-scale movements of whitespotted eagle rays in U.S. waters using acoustic telemetry networks.
A study by researchers at FAU and collaborators finds anti-adhesion drugs derived from cone snail venom may hold the key to treating malaria, COVID-19, AIDS and other diseases using blockage therapies.
FAU has launched a registry and repository to contribute to new discoveries and knowledge related COVID-19 and is currently enrolling participants with prior documented positive test reports.
The U.S. employment picture is gradually improving, but still unclear is whether COVID-19 vaccines will dramatically change consumer habits enough to realize a full economic recovery in the near-term.
A study using EEG is the first to show that feeding method (breastfeeding and/or bottle-feeding) in depressed and non-depressed mothers boosts infants' mood, neuroprotection and mutual affectionate touch.
An FAU study is the first to use longitudinal data to examine the interplay between being nice, being mean and friendship quality and experiences among children in fourth, fifth and sixth grades.
Researchers from FAU's Christine E. Lynn College of Nursing have identified factors and reasons for digital health disparities in older adults, which have important implications for COVID-19 vaccinations.
The American Society of Engineering Education has recognized the College of Engineering and Computer Science as a national leader in diversity in engineering for its commitment to inclusive excellence.
FAU Harbor Branch scientists and collaborators are the first to quantify "shell-crushing" consumption noises in a large marine predator using the whitespotted eagle ray.
A new, patent-pending video compression technology developed by researchers in the College of Engineering and Computer Science was recently acquired by Japanese industry giant Mitsubishi Electric Corporation.