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Awards for student training in boat safety

Awards for student training in boat safety

The Scientific Boating Safety Association (SBSA) is providing up to three, $300 training awards annually to undergraduate and/or graduate students […]

NEEMO aquanaut joins NASA’s astronaut corps

NEEMO aquanaut joins NASA’s astronaut corps

Former NEEMO 23 aquanaut Jessica Watkins recently spoke to Elite Daily on becoming the sixth black woman to serve as […]

NASA astronaut spends time underwater

NASA astronaut spends time underwater

Former NASA astronaut Garret Reisman joined Joe Rogan on his audio and video podcast – “The Joe Rogan Experience.” Reisman […]

Sea level expert offers insight on new South Florida calculations

Sea level expert offers insight on new South Florida calculations

Jayantha Obeysekera recently spoke to the Miami Herald about the new sea level projections from the Southeast Florida Regional Climate […]

Protecting properties from storm surge

Protecting properties from storm surge

Earth and Environment Professor Stephen Leatherman recently spoke to the Miami Herald about a federal plan that would bring new sand to […]

Climate change: A threat to Miami

Climate change: A threat to Miami

Written by Emma Odenweller Institute of Environment researchers Jayantha Obeysekera and Michael Sukop spoke to WIRED about the issues Miami […]

FIU scientists at Guangxi Mangrove Research Center

FIU scientists at Guangxi Mangrove Research Center

Mangrove forests serve as an important reservoir for blue carbon. These ecosystems – found in 75 percent of the world’s […]

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 […]

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 […]