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CREST CAChE awarded additional funding

CREST CAChE awarded additional funding

Written by: Maria Paula Pulido After just starting its fourth year, the CREST Center for Aquatic Chemistry and Environment (CAChE) has been […]

CREST CAChE student publishes in Journal of American Fisheries Society

CREST CAChE student publishes in Journal of American Fisheries Society

Angelica Moncada recently published an essay on diversity and inclusion in the Journal of American Fisheries Society. The Editor in […]

Join webinar to improve your writing skills

Join webinar to improve your writing skills

On Wednesday, Oct. 2, 2019, the American Geosciences Institute will host a webinar at 1p.m. to provide insight into the technical writing skills […]

Dr. Teutonico publishes in Research Outreach journal

Dr. Teutonico publishes in Research Outreach journal

Dr. Rita Teutonico, Associate Dean of Research with FIU’s College of Arts, Sciences & Education, recently organized a workshop to bring […]

First Coastal Ecosystems REU summer cohort graduates

First Coastal Ecosystems REU summer cohort graduates

Nine students from universities across the country traveled to FIU this summer as a part of the NSF Coastal Ecosystems Research […]

Water Quality Monitoring Network receives funding for 25th year

Water Quality Monitoring Network receives funding for 25th year

Written By: Emma Odenweller Ensuring broad access to clean water is key to a healthy, thriving community. The Institute of Water and […]

Oysters may offer insight into environmental threats

Oysters may offer insight into environmental threats

Over the last two decades, mangrove habitats have seen a loss of 35% of their area due to global climate […]

15th Annual LC/MS/MS Conference

15th Annual LC/MS/MS Conference

As part of its tradition, the 15th Annual Workshop on LC/MS/MS Applications in Environmental Analysis and Food Safety meeting travels between […]

Faculty receives grant to explore photochemical reactions of mercury

Faculty receives grant to explore photochemical reactions of mercury

Written by: Maria Paula Pulido Mercury is among the most notorious pollutants posing serious health risks to millions of people, […]

The Coastal Ecosystems REU Site welcome first student cohort

The Coastal Ecosystems REU Site welcome first student cohort

Written by: Maria Paula Pulido Nine students from universities across the country are participating in a 10-week paid research fellowship […]