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Two undergraduate researchers from Florida State University’s Department of Biological Science were recently recognized for research presented during the Beta Beta Beta Biological Honor Society’s biennial national conference, held at Monterey Bay State Park in Asilomar, California, and hosted by California State University.
Florida State University’s Center for Anchored Phylogenomics is using a cutting-edge research technique to answer a question that scientists have labored over lucklessly for generations: How do we produce enough genetic data to construct an accurate evolutionary tree quickly and cost effectively?
A rising senior at Florida State University has been invited to participate in the Rewriting the Code Fellowship Program, a national program for undergraduate college women interested in careers in technology.
A team of Florida State University physicists will receive $1.7 million from the National Nuclear Security Administration over the next five years to help boost the nation’s nuclear science workforce.
Deep in the ocean’s twilight zone, swarms of ravenous single-celled organisms may be altering Earth’s carbon cycle in ways scientists never expected, according to a new study from Florida State University researchers.
Since 1973, the Department of Classics at Florida State University has been excavating the archaeological site of Cetamura in the Chianti region of Tuscany, Italy. Hundreds of students, both graduate and undergraduate, have received training in field archaeology as they uncovered the ancient remains of Etruscan, Roman and medieval civilizations dating back some 26 centuries.