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FIU student and City of Hialeah Emlpoyee Yordano Nicle observes Cortrada's Littorial Creatures Paintings

Artist-in-Residence brings climate change talks to Hialeah

  With climate change conversations under way at the COP 21 Paris Talks, the discussion on global climate change may […]

Engraving of the Great Storm of 1703, author unknown.

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Historian explores great storm

The impacts of the environment on human affairs has remained a generally unexplored area in histroy. For FIU Ph.D. student […]

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This year's DOE Fellows at an induction ceremony in November.

Training minority students in environmental restoration

Twelve FIU students have earned the opportunity to participate in hands-on research, competitive summer internships and personal mentorship that will […]

InCubando@FIU: A summer program to boost independent businesses in Cuba

InCubando@FIU: A summer program to boost independent businesses in Cuba

FIU has joined forces with StartUp Cuba to offer a summer program designed to foster and support entrepreneurship in Cuba. […]

Rhodnius prolixus
Photo by Erwin Huebner

Researchers attempt to stop the kiss of death

FIU researchers are on a mission to control and eliminate Chagas disease, which is spread by Rhodnius prolixus and other […]

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Roque de los Muchachos Observatory in La Palma, Spain.
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Canary Islands telescope expands night sky for FIU astronomers

An agreement between the Southeastern Association for Research in Astronomy (SARA), a consortium of 12 universities including FIU, and the Instituto de […]

FIU’s climate change/sea level rise experts

FIU’s climate change/sea level rise experts

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers predicts sea levels in South Florida will rise from three to seven inches by […]

Why we should care about the United Nations’ COP21

Why we should care about the United Nations’ COP21

From Nov. 30 — Dec. 11, delegates from 194 countries throughout the world will convene in France for the 21st […]

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Patricia and Phillip Frost Museum of Science, FIU partner to enhance science education

Patricia and Phillip Frost Museum of Science, FIU partner to enhance science education

The Patricia and Phillip Frost Museum of Science and FIU have created a partnership to strengthen science education through funding […]

FIU pledges action during White House climate event

FIU pledges action during White House climate event

FIU President Mark B. Rosenberg and student Salome Garcia will join United States Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Gina McCarthy Nov. 19 in […]

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Terrorism expert list

Terrorism expert list

Florida International University has a number of professors who study ISIS, international relations, foreign policy and other issues related to […]

2015 TEDxFIU speakers exemplify perseverance

2015 TEDxFIU speakers exemplify perseverance

– Gisela Valencia Two-time TEDxFIU speaker Dr. Aileen Marty has been to places “not on anyone’s bucket list.” Despite naysayers […]

Climate reality sets in

Climate reality sets in

When 24 Hours of Reality and Live Earth: The World is Watching airs Nov. 13 and 14, FIU will be […]

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The plant on the left has a network of mycorrhizal fungi around the roots, while the one on the right does not. The fungi forms a mutually beneficial relationship with the plant, ts resistance to drought and disease. In exchange, the plant feeds the fungi liquid carbon to generate more nutrients. Photo by soilcarboniscool.org

Humans disrupt relationships in nature, study finds

Humans are changing relationships between species in fundamental ways. In nature, species interact with each other on a daily basis. […]

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5 tips for parents of bilingual children

  With the use of Spanish language in American politics gaining recent national media attention, the use of the two […]

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