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3 things to know about working in marine conservation

3 things to know about working in marine conservation

The following op-ed by Predator Ecology & Conservation Lab Ph.D. Candidate Erin Spencer was originally published in Ocean Conservancy. If […]

Aquarius helps researchers understand life in extreme environments

Aquarius helps researchers understand life in extreme environments

Written by: Paola Burgos-Carrasquill For astronauts, space is the most stressful environment they face. What’s not very clear is how […]

2021 red tide experts

2021 red tide experts

As the peak of red tide season approaches, FIU experts are available to talk about how Florida red tide blooms […]

These female astronauts might go from Aquarius to the moon

These female astronauts might go from Aquarius to the moon

Three of the women training for the U.S.’s return to the moon first trained for space missions at Aquarius — […]

Up Close: Laura Garcia Barcia

Up Close: Laura Garcia Barcia

Deep Blue Sea may not be the most well-known horror film about sharks. But, it’s still pretty iconic. (Spoiler alert: […]

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 […]

Bracken-Grissom appointed assistant director of Coastlines and Oceans Division

Bracken-Grissom appointed assistant director of Coastlines and Oceans Division

Heather Bracken-Grissom has made groundbreaking scientific contributions. Known for her expertise in evolution, biodiversity and conservation of marine animals and […]

Sylvia Earle at Aquarius during 2012's Mission Aquarius

Women aquanauts speak out on living underwater at Aquarius

Fifty years ago, an intrepid group of female marine scientists embarked on a historic mission to live and work beneath […]

FIU@Home: Discover Mantis Shrimp Vision

FIU@Home: Discover Mantis Shrimp Vision

FIU’s Aquarius Reef Base gives scientists the gift of time. Living in the world’s only underwater laboratory allows scientists to […]

Fellowships empower graduate researcher to study bull sharks at Rookery Bay

Fellowships empower graduate researcher to study bull sharks at Rookery Bay

Kristine Zikmanis, a biology Ph.D. student in the Institute of Environment’s Marine Community and Behavioral Ecology Lab, is researching sharks […]