In preparation for construction of a new residential hall at Biscayne Bay Campus, we want to solicit your input on various aspects of the project.
FIU students Randy Juste and Christian Gonzalez were two of only 30 university students from diverse fields of study selected nationwide to attend the 2014 Agricultural Outlook Forum in Arlington, Virginia.
Scientists have long believed that lobster-like crustaceans first appeared on planet Earth about 360 million years ago. But FIU marine scientist Heather Bracken-Grissom contends the ancestor of our favorite mealtime decapod actually may have started roaming the planet at least 12 million years earlier.
The art exhibit “Diatoms: Tiny Life Forms with Huge Benefits” produced by the Tropical Botanic Artists in collaboration with the FCE LTER program will be showcased at Deering Estate at Cutler from March 23-April 23.
On February 13th and 14th, FIU had the pleasure of hosting more than 260 participants from institutions across the nation, and Italy including undergraduates from the University of Puerto Rico – Arecibo as well as high school students from MAST Academy at Homestead and TERRA Environmental Research Institute.
There is no shortage of tomfoolery in the daily lives of sea turtles. Challenging a feisty crab. Chance encounters with stingrays. Playdates with their closest friends. And fighting siblings to keep them out of their personal spaces.
Elizabeth Kolbert, staff writer of the New York Times and author of the book "Field Notes from a Catastrophe", recently came to FIU researcher Ken Feeley's field site in the Peruvian Andes to do research for her new book "The Sixth Extinction: An Unnatural History". She discussed it recently on the Daily Show with John Stewart.
The Coral Gables Garden Club got their feet wet when they volunteered for a mangrove restoration project Friday morning at Matheson Hammock Park in Coral Gables.
A graduate student in Earth & Environment at FIU wrote a piece on the Everglades and water based upon a field trip he took in a Planet Earth: South Florida class.