Posts tagged with: "Biological Sciences"

FIU, Zoo Miami formalize research and community outreach partnership

FIU and Zoo Miami will officially come together to explore and develop greater research and community outreach initiatives. Representatives from […]

Historian publishes dissertation, tribute to late father

Historian publishes dissertation, tribute to late father

When Rodney Earl Walton first laid his hands on a copy of his book Big Guns, Brave Men: Mobile Artillery Observers […]

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FIU helps Miami Northwestern celebrate record number of college-bound seniors

Principal Wallace Aristide could barely contain himself as he faced the more than 265 graduating seniors of Miami Northwestern Senior […]

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Fishermen reel in the dollars for student scholars at the 11th Annual FIU Fishing Tournament

Fishermen reel in the dollars for student scholars at the 11th Annual FIU Fishing Tournament

Luckily, it poured sunshine instead of rain Saturday, June 1, as fishermen raised dollars for scholars at the 11th Annual […]

Fear of sharks helps preserve balance in the world’s oceans

Fear of sharks helps preserve balance in the world’s oceans

A prey’s fear of a shark is critical to protecting ocean biodiversity, according to FIU researchers. Without this fear, a […]

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Mike Heithaus, left, tags a guitarfish in Shark Bay, Australia.

Heithaus Lab Blog launches with shark research trip to La Réunion

Mike Heithaus, executive director of the School of Environment, Arts and Society and marine sciences professor, has launched the Heithaus […]

Alumni Association hosts 11th annual FIU Scholarship Fishing Tournament, with free dock party

Alumni Association hosts 11th annual FIU Scholarship Fishing Tournament, with free dock party

Whether pulling in the biggest catch of the day or celebrating dockside, participants in the FIU Alumni Association’s 11th annual […]

SEAS, Zoo Miami kick off “Zoo FIU” lecture series Friday May 17

SEAS, Zoo Miami kick off “Zoo FIU” lecture series Friday May 17

The School of Environment, Arts and Society (SEAS) and Zoo Miami will kick off its “Zoo FIU” lecture series Friday, […]

Celebrating 200,000 graduates

Celebrating 200,000 graduates

Spring graduation made history this year when the 200,000th graduate crossed the Commencement stage. Kailey MacNamara was the lucky Panther, […]

aB South Africa: Team ready to begin its journey

aB South Africa: Team ready to begin its journey

Nine members of the university community made FIU alternative Breaks history April 30, 2013, when they departed for South Africa to work […]

Journey to Papua New Guinea

Journey to Papua New Guinea

Research expedition opens FIU team to a new world of culture, experiences and ideas Miami. Atlanta. L.A. Sydney. Cairns. Port […]

Senior Ruslan Garcia studied tumors in mice to gain insight into human cases of skin cancer.

Student researchers take top honors at STEM symposium

Original research conducted by an FIU undergraduate student could someday lead to safer treatments for melanoma, the deadliest and most […]

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Fishing leads to significant shark population declines, researchers say

Fishing leads to significant shark population declines, researchers say

The world’s shark population is experiencing significant decline with perhaps 100 million or more sharks being lost every year, according […]

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Students recognized at national biomedical research conference

Students recognized at national biomedical research conference

Three FIU undergraduate students received awards for their research presented at the 2012 Annual Biomedical Research Conference for Minority Students […]

Going bananas for Yonanas

Going bananas for Yonanas

FIU alumni invented a kitchen appliance that provides a healthy alternative to ice cream. Now their cool invention is hotter […]