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FSU’s Geophysical Fluid Dynamics Institute celebrates 50 years of pioneering research

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For half a century, the Florida State University Geophysical Fluid Dynamics Institute (GFDI) has been a global leader in the study of fluid flow and motion — the ways that the circulation of liquids and gases influence our oceans, atmosphere and groundwater.


FSU alumna wins Antivenom Poetry Award

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Recent Florida State University Ph.D. graduate Erin Hoover has been chosen as the winner of the Antivenom Poetry Award for her poetry collection “Barnburner.”


Zika researcher to co-lead NIH center project on viruses, brain development

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A Florida State University scientist pioneering research to fight Zika and West Nile virus is part of a multimillion project to investigate how quickly the viruses attack human brain cells and how the brain reacts to infection at different stages of development.


Florentine museum to showcase artifacts from FSU archaeological site

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New Discoveries Tell History of Italy’s Chianti Region

A new exhibition opening this June at the Florence National Archaeological Museum will feature nearly 300 ancient items excavated from the Florida State University-operated archaeological site Cetamura del Chianti.


The secrets behind T. rex’s bone crushing bites: Researchers find dinosaur could crush 8,000 pounds

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The giant Tyrannosaurus rex pulverized bones by biting down with forces equaling the weight of three small cars while simultaneously generating world record tooth pressures, according to a new study by a Florida State University-Oklahoma State University research team.


FSU technology cracks, fixes passwords

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Software Builds Stronger Passwords to Protect Against Hacks

Inside the E-Crime Investigative Technologies Laboratory at Florida State University, researchers are focused on one mission — to develop the most sophisticated software possible to crack passwords.

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