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Communications training for a return to the moon takes place at Aquarius

Communications training for a return to the moon takes place at Aquarius

Whether one is diving on the ocean floor or walking on the surface of the moon, successful communication with mission […]

Can long-lasting Styrofoam boxes incubate sea turtle eggs?

Can long-lasting Styrofoam boxes incubate sea turtle eggs?

By Carolina Maria Two undergraduate students are helping conduct research to determine whether Styrofoam containers — long hated for their […]

Up Close: Tom Frankovich

Up Close: Tom Frankovich

By Sajida Malik At the College of Arts, Sciences & Education, we’re training the next generation of changemakers. Our faculty […]

Small plastics can lead to a big problem

Small plastics can lead to a big problem

By Taylor Gutierrez Our coastal and wetland ecosystems are facing very real pollution threats from an invader so tiny, it […]

Meet Sylvia Earle, a lifelong oceanographer

Meet Sylvia Earle, a lifelong oceanographer

The College of Arts, Sciences & Education is bringing Sylvia Earle for the inaugural Explorers & innovators Lecture Series on […]

Medina Aquarius Program offers Fundamentals of Scientific Diving

Medina Aquarius Program offers Fundamentals of Scientific Diving

FIU’s Medina Aquarius Program is excited to offer The Fundamentals of Scientific Diving – the first micro-credential training course designed […]

Undergrads across the U.S. join unique coastal environmental research experience at FIU

Undergrads across the U.S. join unique coastal environmental research experience at FIU

A lucky group of undergraduates from across the nation had the summer of a lifetime exploring the iconic coastal ecosystems […]

Medina Aquarius Program offers Diver Medic Technician course

Medina Aquarius Program offers Diver Medic Technician course

Commercial, professional and scientific divers often need to work in remote areas where they are isolated from hospitals. Diver Medic […]

Graduate student awarded fellowship to study how mangroves react to coastal hazards

Graduate student awarded fellowship to study how mangroves react to coastal hazards

By Paola Burgos-Carrasquillo Mangroves are not indestructible but have been known to stand their ground in hurricanes. It’s that resilience […]

Institute of Environment seeks student communication assistant

Institute of Environment seeks student communication assistant

The Institute of the Environment’s Coastlines and Oceans Division is looking for a dedicated and passionate Marketing & Science Communication […]