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Bugs, robots and brains

Bugs, robots and brains

Walter Gonzalez didn’t have a lot of lasting friendships as a kid so he spent much of his time collecting […]

FIU bridges cooperation between global modeling professionals

FIU bridges cooperation between global modeling professionals

Jayantha Obeysekera, director of Sea Level Solutions in the FIU Institute of Environment, recently led a virtual week-long international workshop […]

Lighting the way in the deep sea

Lighting the way in the deep sea

On a research cruise in the Florida Straits, Danielle DeLeo collected creatures from the deep sea to study their migratory […]

ABCs to Ph.D.

ABCs to Ph.D.

Getting a Ph.D. wasn’t on this mom’s to-do list. LaTreese Hall first homeschooled her two young children. In 2015, she […]

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Friends compete for the same scholarship, win again

Maria Clara Figueredo and Jose Bisbe-Ochoa are both winners — again. Earlier in the year they both received $10,000 for […]

Uncovering the beauty of flowers in the garden — and in 3D

Uncovering the beauty of flowers in the garden — and in 3D

Adam Roddy spends a lot of time among the flowers. An evolutionary physiologist and assistant professor in FIU’s Institute of […]

Physics alumnus lands postdoc fellowship with Nobel Laureate

Physics alumnus lands postdoc fellowship with Nobel Laureate

Physics alumnus Jeevan GC has been named a research fellow at Columbia University in New York. He is working alongside […]

Deep sea shrimp glow, but it doesn’t produce a love connection

Deep sea shrimp glow, but it doesn’t produce a love connection

Deep sea shrimp glow, but strangely enough, that’s not part of their sex appeal. Lorian Schweikert thought that glowing patterns […]

Post doctoral researcher is a shark DNA detective

Post doctoral researcher is a shark DNA detective

Diego Cardeñosa first chased after a shark when he was 11 years old. He was on a scuba diving trip […]

New postdoc is ready to run for the rivers

New postdoc is ready to run for the rivers

Erin Abernethy can read the subtlest shifts and changes in the rivers and creeks that cut through the Appalachian Mountains. […]