Science & Health

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. […]

by × X

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 […]

by × X

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 […]

by × X

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 […]

by × X
FIU Interior Design goes ‘green’

FIU Interior Design goes ‘green’

FIU Interior Design has been participating in designing the interiors for the Solar Decathlon house located on the Engineering Central […]

FIU participates in Earth Hour March 28

FIU participates in Earth Hour March 28

By Karen Cochrane Paris’ Eiffel Tower. New York City’s Empire State Building. Egypt’s Great Pyramids. Rio de Janeiro’s Christ the […]

FIU research team discovers algae that could help clean up environment, make food supply safer

The algae in Yellowstone National Park could one day save lives by consuming the arsenic in toxic sites and ridding […]

FIU College of Medicine: a recession-resistant economic engine for Florida in the 21st Century

MIAMI (March 17, 2009) – The new College of Medicine at Florida International University will generate 66,000 new jobs and […]

FIU researcher and team invent device to aid in detection of breast cancer

FIU researcher and team invent device to aid in detection of breast cancer

A decade after Dr. Anuradha Godavarty began focusing her research efforts on breast imaging, she and her research team are ready […]

by × X

FIU applying to create American Nuclear Society chapters

FIU will apply for the creation of a student chapter and a professional chapter of the American Nuclear Society (ANS) […]

by × X

Two nuclear startups reflect growth in nuclear field

Given that nuclear science and technology span many careers such as health care, research and nuclear power, there is a […]

by × X
What’s Happening?

What’s Happening?

The DOE Fellows program at FIU hosted Dr. Soon-Heung Chang during his Feb. 10 visit to FIU. Dr. Chang is […]

by × X
Faculty Spotlight

Faculty Spotlight

At the Jefferson Lab in Newport News, Virginia, associate professor of physics Joerg Reinhold and his colleagues are shaking up […]

by × X

Nuclear research @ FIU

Professors and students in nuclear physics are engaged in some very exciting research. Here we highlight three separate research programs […]

by × X