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NASA awards FIU $3 million for research into materials to support Mars and space...

  NASA has awarded FIU $3 million for research that will address some of the most important challenges of exploring the “final frontier” – creating...
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From crime scene to courtroom: FIU center examines justice from all angles

Every contact leaves a trace—it’s the fundamental principle that guides forensic science. But the many types of evidence now available to investigators only reveals...

FIU receives grant to build new public interest technology program

FIU has received a $180,000 “Network Challenge” grant from the Public Interest Technology University Network (PIT-UN) to grow the field of public interest technology (PIT) through...

Researchers evaluate HIV prevention intervention on farmworker communities, find positive results

Latina immigrants in farmworker communities are a vulnerable and understudied population who are at high risk for contracting HIV. Nationally, rates of new HIV...

A potential game changer for childhood cancer

It’s a parent’s worst nightmare: hearing that your child has run out of cancer treatment options. Now a professor in the Robert Stempel College of...
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Bahamian evacuees are struggling mentally after Hurricane Dorian

Bahamian evacuees in South Florida yearn for mental health support after their traumatic experiences during Hurricane Dorian. “We need psychological help,” said Bahamian evacuee, Merlyn...

Psychology student works in biomedical engineering lab to study the migraines that plague her

One out of three people who suffers with migraines experiences migraines with aura. Diana Borrego, a psychology major who conducts research at FIU’s Neuronal Mass Dynamics...

‘We’re better off if things stay frozen,’ says FIU arctic researcher

FIU biologist Steve Oberbauer is back at Toolik Field Station — one of the world’s most remote research sites, located hundreds of miles above...
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City of Miami Agency Should Explain Exiting Executive Director’s platinum parachute

Miami’s economic development agency should tell the public why its outgoing director is getting $200,000 to hang around another year. That is a lot of...