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The Medina Aquarius Program offers Diver Medic Technician course

The 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 that can […]

Postdocs link south Florida and Puerto Rico for hurricane research

Postdocs link south Florida and Puerto Rico for hurricane research

For over a decade, FIU has built a collaborative partnership with the Rookery Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve (NERR) through […]

Make an impact – volunteer at the Cape Sable beach clean-up

Make an impact – volunteer at the Cape Sable beach clean-up

Everglades National Park is seeking volunteers to join the Cape Sable trash clean-up to help avoid nesting turtles and hatchlings get caught […]

Monitoring Earth’s climate from the ocean floor

Monitoring Earth’s climate from the ocean floor

Scuba diving is the one way to reach the world’s only operating underwater research lab – and CBS News dove right […]

Journey to becoming a Diver Medical Technician

Journey to becoming a Diver Medical Technician

Written by: Catherine Guinovart Experts from the Medina Aquarius Program worked with World Extreme Medicine to train a group of six physicians from around […]

Continuing Education Course: Flora and Fauna of the Florida Keys

Continuing Education Course: Flora and Fauna of the Florida Keys

Starting the first Saturday in September, the Flora and Fauna of the Florida Keys course introduces students to the area’s natural communities, […]

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 […]

Astronauts test navy diver AR displays at Aquarius

Astronauts test navy diver AR displays at Aquarius

Written by: Catherine Guinovart Navy divers face many challenges when working underwater – from zero-visibility to low-gravity – all while […]

Professor receives NSF grant to study crab evolution

Professor receives NSF grant to study crab evolution

Dr. Heather Bracken-Grissom, an evolutionary biologist in the Center for Coastal Oceans Research, was recently awarded over $450,000 by the National Science […]

Bills to aid oceans advance

Bills to aid oceans advance

This past June, researchers from the College of Arts, Sciences & Education joined experts and policy makers at Capitol Hill Ocean […]