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No visits? No problem: FSU researchers find incarcerated juveniles still optimistic about future

A new study by Florida State University researchers taps into the vastly unexplored area of incarcerated juvenile visitation, and their findings might not be what most expect. The research, published in the International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology, found that nearly 75 percent of juveniles received at least one visit during their commitment in […]

FSU Academic Diving Program

Florida State University’s Academic Diving Program, established in 1975, oversees and supports underwater research for students, faculty, and staff from the FSU Coastal & Marine Laboratory, the departments of Anthropology, Earth Ocean and Atmospheric Science, Geography, and the Department of Biological Sciences. While much of the work is conducted in the northeastern Gulf of Mexico, […]

Landmark study signals shift in thinking about stem cell differentiation

A pioneering new study led by Florida State University biologists could fundamentally change our understanding of how embryonic stem cells differentiate into specific cell types. The research, published in the journal Stem Cell Reports, calls into question decades of scientific consensus about the behavior of embryonic stem cells as they transition to endoderm, a class […]