Andrea Emmanuelli is a junior double-majoring in geology and environmental chemistry through the Department of Earth, Ocean and Atmospheric Science, part of the Florida State University College of Arts and Sciences.
Long before he became a distinguished research professor of mathematics at Florida State University, Richard Bertram was a curious graduate student who joined the Society for Mathematical Biology in hopes of further connecting his interests and research in math and biology. He first attended the organization’s annual meeting in the early 1990s on his own, without knowing anyone there.
More than two dozen Florida State University undergraduate researchers are set to present their work this week during one of the university’s premier academic traditions, the President’s Showcase of Undergraduate Research Excellence.
Meteorologists predict current La Niña conditions will persist this year through a third consecutive winter, a situation that usually brings a more active late hurricane season, followed by a dry and warm fall and winter across Florida.
Mexico is dealing with the fallout of a powerful 7.6 magnitude earthquake that occurred near the Pacific coast on the anniversary of two previous tremors. Earthquakes occurred on Sept. 19 in both 1985 and 2017 in Mexico, killing thousands of people.
Sara Hart, W. Russell and Eugenia Morcom Professor of Psychology and Florida Center for Reading Research (FCRR) faculty member, and Callie Little, research faculty in the Quantitative Methodology and Innovative division of FCRR, have received a $2.9 million grant...
The Florida State University Alumni Association will recognize 22 young alumni for their contributions to their professions, communities and alma mater at the 10th annual Young Alumni Awards on Thursday, Sept. 29. The 2022 Young Alumni Awards will honor 2022 Notable Noles and Reubin O’D. Askew honorees, and the ceremony will take place the day before the FSU Alumni Association kicks off its inaugural Young Alumni Reunion.
Florida State University’s Department of Computer Science has received a five-year, $4.2 million renewal grant from the National Science Foundation’s CyberCorps Scholarship for Service (SFS) program to support students pursuing careers in cybersecurity.
Two trailblazing Florida State University researchers have been selected for membership in the Academy of Science, Engineering and Medicine of Florida. Sylvie Naar, a distinguished endowed professor in the Department of Behavioral Sciences and Social Medicine, and Thomas Joiner, the Robert O. Lawton Distinguished Professor in the Department of Psychology, will be formally inducted into the academy in November.
Engineers and technicians from the Florida State University-headquartered National High Magnetic Field Laboratory were recognized with a 2022 R&D 100 Award for the design and construction of the 32 tesla (T) Superconducting Magnet. The R&D 100 recognizes revolutionary ideas in science and technology, and the 32T magnet is the world’s most powerful all-superconducting magnet.
A new study from a Florida State University team estimates that sugarcane fires in South Florida emit harmful particulate matter in quantities comparable to motor vehicles and is a factor in mortality rates across the region.
A Florida State University researcher who previously developed “gamified” treatments targeting central deficits of ADHD in children 8-13 has received two grants from the National Institute of Mental Health to redevelop these techniques for children as young as age 4 and expand treatment options for pediatric ADHD.