New computational tool could change how we study pathogens, FSU researchers say

The breakthrough research was an interdisciplinary collaboration between postdoctoral mathematician Somayeh Mashayekhi and computational biologist Peter Beerli, both in FSU’s Department of Scientific Computing. Their findings were published in the journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.

FSU investment in high-performance microscope will take research to the next level

The high-powered microscope at its core is a slicing machine. Using a finely focused beam of ions, the machine is able to hit a sample of material to etch off a layer of the material and collect a high-resolution image of it. 

College to thank donors at 14th annual Celebration of Philanthropy

The FSU College of Arts and Sciences invites alumni, friends of the college and donors to join its 14th annual Celebration of Philanthropy 5:30-7:30 p.m., Thursday, March 28, at the FSU Heritage Museum.

Fantasy, religion and Harry Potter feature in FSU’s London study abroad program

The “Harry Potter” class, formally known as Religion and 20th Century Fantasy Literature, had been taught on Florida State University’s main campus for 10 years before the idea to bring it to the FSU London Study Centre with International Programs was born. 

With shortage of mates, some birds choose to help others raise offspring

It’s not uncommon for young adults to pitch in and help out with the care of younger siblings. But it turns out that sometimes birds choose to become avian au pairs rather than raise their own brood.

FSU researchers discover a novel protein degradation pathway

Findings may lead to better understanding of muscular dystrophy, other diseases


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