Partnership Aims to Bring 'Best and Brightest' to FAU
Around the country, the competition to recruit the leading science, technology, engineering, and math high school students is fierce. A new first-of-its-kind honors program aims to attract top students to the University.
NSF Video Features FAU Work on Robotic Boat
The National Science Foundation recently released a video highlighting the work of Karl von Ellenrieder, Ph.D., at FAU in engineering new decision-making tools to make smarter robotic boats .
Worms Provide Insight into Dopamine Signaling
In a newly published study in
Neurochemistry International, Osama Refai, Ph.D., a postdoctoral fellow in the laboratory of Randy D. Blakely, Ph.D., reported a novel use for an antipsychotic medication through studying the nematode
Testing Effectiveness of Marine Protected Areas
FAU Harbor Branch researchers John Reed and Stephanie Farrington recently concluded an 11-day research cruise to assess the efficacy of marine protected areas in guarding species of the snapper grouper complex and
Oculina coral. Read their cruise blog
Nursing Book Named One of the Best of 2017
A certification review book by Professor Lynne Dunphy, Ph.D., and Emeritus Professor Jill Winland-Brown, Ed.D., recently received a Book of the Year award from
The American Journal of Nursing.
Get Help With CAREER Award Application
Early investigators intending to submit a Faculty Early Career Development Program (CAREER) proposal this July are asked to notify FAU’s Office of Research Development and the Office of Sponsored Programs so plans for support can be made.