The dedicated faculty at Florida State University publish groundbreaking and influential research every year. And a great example of the quality of this work has come out of Florida State’s College of Law. With four major books published by College of Law faculty in the last year, their research is helping put this institution on […]
Scientists spend more and more time collaborating long-distance using new communication technologies. Florida State University Associate Professor Kathleen Burnett and colleagues received a National Science Foundation grant to study these ‘Virtual Teams’ at the National High Magnetic Field Laboratory on Florida State’s campus.
Considering how far technology has come in recent years, thinking about the future can be a bit dizzying. And a group of researchers at Florida State University is not helping, spinning up the latest in electron research that could change the future of electronic technology.
We live in the age of technology. Unfortunately, age and technology don’t always work well together, as older adults find themselves becoming more and more out of sync. As Jonathan Schillace reports, a program at Florida State University is working to lessen this technology gap.
Florida State University student organization STRIKE holds an event to create awareness about their Breathe Easy zones. Breathe Easy is a movement designating zones where smoking is not allowed, and also designates smoking zones where smoking is allowed, but traffic is lower.
Florida State University graduate student Erin Simmons prepares for her big day, as she heads off to Birmingham, AL for the final interview with the Rhodes Scholarship committee. And from academics to athletics, leadership to community service, she is certainly deserving. If accepted, Erin Simmons will be Florida State University’s fourth Rhodes Scholar in five […]
Florida State University students with the FAMU-FSU Engineers Without Borders program prepare to return to the rural Peruvian village of San Rafael to improve the health and lives of its people. EWB will host a 5k on Sunday, November 22nd to help raise money for their next trip to the village, when they will focus […]
A Florida State University College of Medicine researcher has been awarded two separate grants from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) totaling $2.4 million to continue her work in detecting autism in children as young as 18 months.
Florida State University President T.K. Wetherell delivers his seventh and final State of the University address, discussing everything from how far the university has come to where it should go under the new leadership.
Florida State University College of Medicine researchers test new methods to help bring down the number of smokers by focusing on family primary care physicians.
Florida State University graduate student Sarah Diesburg is leaving her digital fingerprint in the world of computer science. Our very own Kaylani Levine traces her journey in the final episode of our series, Florida State Standouts.
Florida State University Anthropology Professor Frank Marlowe joined a team of 26 anthropologists, statisticians and economists studying intergenerational wealth and its effect on inequality within societies. Their study was published Oct. 30 in the prestigious international journal Science.