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Friends compete for the same scholarship, win again

Maria Clara Figueredo and Jose Bisbe-Ochoa are both winners — again. Earlier in the year they both received $10,000 for […]

Deep sea shrimp glow, but it doesn’t produce a love connection

Deep sea shrimp glow, but it doesn’t produce a love connection

Deep sea shrimp glow, but strangely enough, that’s not part of their sex appeal. Lorian Schweikert thought that glowing patterns […]

FIU@Home: Explore hurricane impacts on sea turtle behaviors

FIU@Home: Explore hurricane impacts on sea turtle behaviors

Home is the first learning laboratory. This series brings opportunities to discover, explore and create to life-long learners everywhere. Through […]

Postdoctoral researcher in the Institute of Environment

Postdoctoral researcher in the Institute of Environment

Renowned seagrass expert, Jim Fourqurean, with the FIU’s Institute of Environment seeks a motivated post-doctoral researcher. Along with other projects […]

FIU@Home: Discover Aquanaut Chris Lopes

FIU@Home: Discover Aquanaut Chris Lopes

Home is the first learning laboratory. This is one in a series of articles that will offer opportunities to discover, […]

Corals have a secret weapon against a warming climate

Corals have a secret weapon against a warming climate

Rising ocean temperatures are killing coral reefs, but researchers discovered corals have a secret buried in their genes that just […]

Bridging the gap on coastal hazards

Bridging the gap on coastal hazards

Climate change is rapidly causing serious economic, social and environmental impacts on coastlines around the globe. With extreme weather events, […]

FIU@Home: Explore water quality monitoring

FIU@Home: Explore water quality monitoring

Home is the first learning laboratory. This series brings opportunities to discover, explore and create to life-long learners everywhere. Through […]

Worldwide survey is lifeline for sharks

Worldwide survey is lifeline for sharks

Patricia Heithaus spends her days in front of a computer screen watching videos of coral reefs. The grandmother of four […]

Saving Biscayne Bay

Saving Biscayne Bay

The unprecedented fish kills and algal blooms recently seen in Biscayne Bay have brought up many questions to locals and […]