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Choeeta Chakrabarti is a specialized teaching faculty member in the Department of Anthropology, part of Florida State University’s College of Arts and Sciences.

A Florida State University researcher has been awarded $5.7 million to conduct two research studies that will give scientists a better understanding of the brain mechanisms surrounding post-traumatic stress disorder and pain, paving the way for safer, more effective treatment options.

A long-time Florida State University donor is giving back to the department that inspired in him a life-long passion for the study of history.

Florida State University is part of a nationwide cohort of institutions that have received an $8.8 million grant from the prestigious Howard Hughes Medical Institute to develop  more inclusive pathways from community college programs to four-year universities.

Scientists working to understand the decimation of kelp forests on the Pacific Coast have found that the endangered sunflower sea star plays a vital role in maintaining the region’s ecological balance and that sea star recovery efforts could potentially help restore kelp forests as well.

The fun and wonder of math and physics will take center stage at two free open houses this week at Florida State University.

Jessica Moser is an undergraduate student pursuing a bachelor’s degree in behavioral neuroscience through Florida State University’s Program in Neuroscience, an interdisciplinary program with participation from the College of Medicine as well as the Department of Biological Science and Department of Psychology, both part of the College of Arts and Sciences.

A Florida State University physicist and researcher at the FSU-headquartered National High Magnetic Field Laboratory has been elected a Fellow of the American Physical Society.

A Florida State University chemist has earned one of the most prestigious awards available to early career faculty members for her work to improve solar cell efficiency.

A Florida State University researcher’s work to understand exactly what part of the brain is involved in disorders such as anxiety, PTSD and other phobias is giving scientists and clinicians valuable insights into how to treat such disorders.

A new study led by Florida State University researchers found that plants and small organisms in Arctic rivers could be responsible for more than half the particulate organic matter flowing to the Arctic Ocean.

Rafe Blaufarb is a professor of history and the director of Florida State University’s Institute on Napoleon and the French Revolution in the College of Arts and Sciences' Department of History.