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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 […]

FCE LTER book published

FCE LTER book published

The FCE LTER program within the Institute of Water and Environment has published a book as part of the National Science […]

Biomolecular students receive travel awards

Biomolecular students receive travel awards

Doctoral students working with faculty in the Biomolecular Sciences Institute recently received travel awards to present their research at two important national-level […]

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 […]

NFSTC helps indicate misleading drug tests

NFSTC helps indicate misleading drug tests

A recent controversial tweet from a health worker showed how energy drinks, like Red Bull and Bang, tested positive for […]

Up Close: Silvina Di Pietro

Up Close: Silvina Di Pietro

At the College of Arts, Sciences & Education, we’re training the next generation of changemakers. Our faculty and students are […]

Biomolecular innovators receiving U.S. patents

Biomolecular innovators receiving U.S. patents

Dr. Francisco Fernandez-Lima and postdoctoral fellow Kevin Jeanne Dit Fouque were recently awarded a U.S. patent for their invention: “Materials and […]

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 […]

Is red tide returning?

Is red tide returning?

Particles of dust from the Sahara Desert are responsible for the cotton candy-like skies recently seen in South Florida. Yet […]

Algae bloom has resurfaced, but it’s not red tide

Algae bloom has resurfaced, but it’s not red tide

Blue-green algae has been clogging up the waterways in Manatee County, FL.  Common this time of year, especially in fresh […]