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The Division of Research supports FAU faculty conducting research, forging innovations and advancing science and technology in all disciplines. It assists in enhancing and growing the research enterprise at the university. Units within the division identify grant and funding opportunities, manage proposals and awards, protect intellectual property rights, and highlight research achievements and more.

The division also promotes a number of entrepreneurial and economic development initiatives that give faculty, students and the community opportunities to launch start-ups, create jobs and reach for their dreams.


 

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Study: Tepid Home Prices May Reflect Waning Interest in New York City

Study: Tepid Home Prices May Reflect Waning Interest in New York City

Is living in the New York metropolitan area losing its appeal? It's entirely possible, say researchers at Florida Atlantic and Florida International universities.

September 23, 2020

Gulf of Mexico Mission: 'Ocean Blue Holes Are Not Created Equal'

Gulf of Mexico Mission: 'Ocean Blue Holes Are Not Created Equal'

A team of scientists from FAU's Harbor Branch and collaborators recently explored the depths of the "Green Banana" Blue Hole thanks to gutsy scuba divers and an innovative 500-pound autonomous benthic lander.

September 23, 2020

Florida Housing Markets Overpriced as Buyers Stay Busy During Pandemic

Florida Housing Markets Overpriced as Buyers Stay Busy During Pandemic

Housing markets in eight of 10 key metro areas of Florida are overpriced as home values continue to climb in much of the state despite the uncertainty created by the pandemic.

September 17, 2020

Mapping Cavefish Brains Leads to Origin of Behavioral Evolution

Mapping Cavefish Brains Leads to Origin of Behavioral Evolution

A study is the first to look inside the brains of cavefish with millimeter resolution and show how individual neurons and brain regions that drive complex behaviors, including sleep and feeding have evolved.

September 16, 2020

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