Science & Health

Green Family Foundation gives $10 million boost to FIU community medicine program

MIAMI (June 1, 2009) The Green Family Foundation (GFF), a private, non-profit organization that supports social programs dedicated to improving […]

Expo to feature latest in disaster housing

WHAT: Disaster Housing Exhibition, which will feature temporary housing solutions for government entities to house disaster survivors and responders. Models […]

NIH awards $1.2 million to benefit FIU College of Nursing and Health Sciences students

NIH awards $1.2 million to benefit FIU College of Nursing and Health Sciences students

Federal funding allows the college to continue innovative research abroad program, which is one of only two in Florida, to continue through […]

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FIU unveils state-of-the art traffic research laboratory

MEDIA ADVISORY WHAT: Florida International University is celebrating the grand opening of the FIU Integrated Intelligent Transportation System Laboratory (IITS) […]

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Liver cancer patients find new hope in targeted microsphere treatment pioneered at FIU

Liver cancer patients find new hope in targeted microsphere treatment pioneered at FIU

Listen to a WLRN interview with Dr. Gulec MIAMI – May 7, 2009 – A novel treatment for inoperable liver […]

FIU Society of Physics Students recognized as outstanding chapter

The Florida International University chapter of the Society of Physics Students (SPS) has been selected as an “Outstanding SPS Chapter” […]

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University officials continue to monitor Swine Flu

FIU experts to discuss Swine Flu and epidemics in a Globalized world     Florida International University officials continue to […]

Experts on Swine Flu and pandemics

MIAMI – Florida International University has several experts able to comment on the swine flu and its threat on public […]

FIU researchers help Keys officials tackle climate change

MIAMI (April 22, 2009) – The Florida Keys are on the front lines of climate change in the United States. […]

FIU College of Medicine insert in Miami Herald’s April 12 edition

Sunday’s Miami Herald contained a 20-page insert celebrating a historic moment in the university’s history – the creation of the […]

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FIU scientists find animal pigment in plants

FIU scientists find animal pigment in plants

The jaundice pigment bilirubin, only thought to exist in animals, has been discovered in the seed arils of bird-of-paradise trees. […]

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University ‘goes green’ with stationery needs, negotiates better prices in process

When FIU’s stationery contract expired, university employees seized the opportunity to negotiate better prices, greater convenience and, in keeping with the […]

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Aspiring 12-year-old physicist pursues degree at FIU

This semester, Sky Choi is taking Calculus II, Intermediate Chinese Conversation, Physics with Calculus I, Physics Problem Solving, Physics seminar and Physics laboratory. There’s […]

More than just going green

By Isadora Rangel FIU Earth Week kicked off five days of events with a two-hour forum on Monday, “Focus on Energy.” The week-long […]

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Stempel Public Health Association to celebrate National Public Health Week

The Stempel Public Health Association (SPHA), an organization representing students who are interested in public health, have planned a full […]

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