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The deadline to register for the 8th annual Three-minute Thesis (3MT庐) research competition is near. ... Register here.

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Faculty Spotlight: Michael Ryall, Ph.D.

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Applying Math to Business Strategy ... Read more.

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Postdoc Spotlight: Siddhesh Tirodkar

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How Ocean Movement Impacts Harmful Algal Blooms ... Read more.

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Brainy Days

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FAU鈥檚 Stiles-Nicholson Brain Institute Presents Annual Month-long Celebration ... Read more.

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Research Metrics *

Florida Atlantic researchers are rising to meet some of society鈥檚 biggest challenges, from climate change to a global pandemic, from neurodegenerative diseases to cancer and more.

Value of Research Awards Received
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Awards Received

* Fiscal Year 2022-2023

Global Partnerships
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Research Institutes

To enhance interdisciplinary and collaborative research, Florida Atlantic established four university-wide research institutes focused on its strengths. These areas are dedicated to improving and addressing diseases of the brain, enhancing human health and quality of life, protecting the oceans and environment locally and globally, and using sensors to study and monitor the world around us.

Harbor Branch Oceanographic Institute
Stiles-Nicholson Brain Institute
Institute for Human Health and Disease Intervention
Institute for Sensing and Embedded Network Systems Engineering

In-vehicle Sensors Help Detect Cognitive Changes in Older Drivers
Aerial Surveys Reveal Ample Populations of Rays in Southeast Florida
FAU Receives NIH Grant to Study Electronic Health Records