Posts tagged with: "Research"

Real-life RoboCop to be tested

Real-life RoboCop to be tested

Researchers and students in FIU’s Discovery Lab have developed the initial prototype of a TeleBot — which combines telepresence and […]

Associate professor appointed to National Board of Medical Examiners

Associate professor appointed to National Board of Medical Examiners

HWCOM Assistant Dean for Learning and Teaching, Carla Lupi, M.D., has been appointed to the National Board of Medical Examiners. […]

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Rosenberg signs collaboration agreement with Peruvian university

Rosenberg signs collaboration agreement with Peruvian university

FIU President Mark B. Rosenberg signed an agreement this week with former Peruvian President Alan Garcia to create research and […]

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FIU receives $1.45 million grant  to recruit, train new STEM teachers

FIU receives $1.45 million grant to recruit, train new STEM teachers

FIU has received a $1.45 million grant from the National Math and Science Initiative (NMSI) to replicate its successful UTeach […]

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Maldonado (far right) meets with Zoo Miami officials during his trip to FIU.

Environmental conservation efforts in the Andean Amazon prove fruitful

Nearly one year ago, FIU embarked on an international effort to support environmental conservation efforts in the Andean Amazon region […]

FIU’s Papua New Guinea documentary airs on WLRN

FIU’s Papua New Guinea documentary airs on WLRN

In a remote jungle of Papua New Guinea a tribe of former cannibals claims to be one of the Lost […]

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Danielle Goveia conducts research in a lab.

Lead contamination research leads to safer soil in Liberty City

A recent student research project has led to safer soil in Liberty City. Danielle Goveia has long been concerned with […]

Stavros V. Georgakopoulos, assistant professor at FIU's Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, with an origami antenna.

Putting a powerful antenna in a soldier’s pocket with origami

FIU researchers are using technology and principles derived from the traditional Japanese art of origami to create remarkably compact and […]

FIU to explore Cuban youth empowerment through technology, entrepreneurship

FIU to explore Cuban youth empowerment through technology, entrepreneurship

One man’s mission to effect change in Cuba is garnering attention at FIU. Raul Moas, executive director of Roots of […]

Youngsters wait outside the Parliament building (background) in Montevideo while lawmakers debate the bill legalizing marijuana. Photo by Pablo Bielli, AFP/Getty Images.

LACC to study consequences of marijuana legalization in Uruguay

The FIU Latin American and Caribbean Center (LACC) and the Universidad Católica del Uruguay are partnering to conduct a comprehensive […]

Ambassadors from around the world experience the impact of FIU’s Wall of Wind

Ambassadors from around the world experience the impact of FIU’s Wall of Wind

A group of 36 ambassadors representing nations on five continents visited FIU’s College of Engineering & Computing on Tuesday, Jan. […]

FIU grows community roots for geoscience education, careers

FIU grows community roots for geoscience education, careers

The Department of Earth and Environment in the College of Arts & Sciences is growing roots for geoscience education and […]

The OHL School of Construction has offered online graduate courses that lead to the Master of Science in Construction Management, FIU’s only fully online graduate engineering program, since Fall 2004.

U.S. News & World Report ranks FIU among best online graduate engineering programs

The online graduate engineering program offered by FIU’s College of Engineering & Computing is among the nation’s best, according to […]

Professor offers insight to recent Caribbean earthquakes

Professor offers insight to recent Caribbean earthquakes

A 6.4-magnitude earthquake shook Puerto Rico Mon., Jan. 13.  It caused some power outages and cracked floors, but no major […]

FIU professor returns with ACE Fellow colleagues to meet with university leaders

FIU professor returns with ACE Fellow colleagues to meet with university leaders

By Joel Delgado ’12 MS ’17 FIU Professor and American Council on Education (ACE) Fellow Patricia L. Price returned to […]

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