Science & Health

Students’ eco-art installation highlights bottled water consumption

Used water bottles found new life as a compelling eco-art installation created by Honors College students taking Inhabiting Other Lives, […]

Make way for mangroves: A proposed 12 acres to be restored at BBC

Make way for mangroves: A proposed 12 acres to be restored at BBC

More than two years after FIU officials initiated support from the county for a major environmental restoration project at Biscayne […]

Scientist who helped unlock some of Mona Lisa’s secrets to speak at the Frost April 22

Scientist who helped unlock some of Mona Lisa’s secrets to speak at the Frost April 22

The link between chemistry and art is nothing new. Since antiquity, new techniques have been developed to prepare pigments used […]

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FIU Earth Week, April 4-9, to bring environmental and sustainability issues to forefront

FIU Earth Week, April 4-9, to bring environmental and sustainability issues to forefront

Creating eco-art installations, cleaning up the environment, kicking back with yoga and a movie, and exploring Biscayne Bay by kayak […]

Senior Jairo Pava wins national recognition for storm surge simulation research

Senior Jairo Pava wins national recognition for storm surge simulation research

Computer Science senior Jairo Pava is the only student from Florida to receive recognition in the 2011 Computing Research Association […]

Leading researcher to lead seminar on customized medicine

Leading researcher to lead seminar on customized medicine

Stanford School of Medicine Professor Carlos D. Bustamante, is scheduled to lead a seminar titled “Population Genetics in the Personal […]

The Coral Doctor Is In

The Coral Doctor Is In

Rebecca Vega Thurber searches for answers to the world’s coral reef loss By JoAnn Adkins When you announce to the […]

My Vision: Arvind Agarwal

My Vision: Arvind Agarwal

Arvind Agarwal is a professor of mechanical and materials engineering. He was the recipient of the 2010 President’s Council Outstanding Faculty […]

FIU to recognize individuals and organizations in public health for their contributions to the local community

WHAT:  The Path Awards was established to recognize individuals and organizations in public health, including social work and dietetics, for […]

Ocean explorer Fabien Cousteau to speak at BBC March 10

Ocean explorer Fabien Cousteau to speak at BBC March 10

The Student Government Association at Biscayne Bay Campus will host on Thursday, March 10, Fabien Cousteau, the grandson of the […]

Leading experts in cancer and women’s health join Herbert Wertheim College of Medicine

Leading experts in cancer and women’s health join Herbert Wertheim College of Medicine

Dr. Carolyn D. Runowicz, former president of the American Cancer Society and a leader in the battle against cancers that […]

Lecture focuses on challenges in the U.S. healthcare system

Lecture focuses on challenges in the U.S. healthcare system

By Ellen Forman Spiraling costs and a central debate over control continue to plague the U.S. healthcare system, with little […]

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Serve the Preserve

Serve the Preserve

Need volunteer hours? Like to work outdoors? If you answered “yes” to either question, consider joining the hundreds of students […]

Pitch It In for RecycleMania

Pitch It In for RecycleMania

It’s a familiar refrain….reduce, re-use, recycle. While this may seem like the latest round of environmental lip service, FIU is […]

Solar Decathlon 2011

Solar Decathlon 2011

The United States Department of Energy has challenged the collegiate minds of tomorrow to present creative solutions at their Solar […]