Professors Prem Chapagain and Bernard Gerstman, along with Physics alum, Jeevan GC, work to find a way to stop the replication of the Ebola virus by mutating its most important protein.
On Friday, March 2, we had the honor of hosting the Miami Ferrari Club and speaker, Bran Ferren. Check out some of the amazing cars that were on display!
With the 12 GeV upgrade completed at Jefferson Lab, and the engineering run currently ongoing, FIU graduate students are busy working at Jefferson Lab on various projects, and busy posing as well
Physics professor Joerg Reinhold is the recipient of the 2017 Faculty Convocation Award for Excellence in Teaching. Congratulations!
Dr. Yesim Darici has been featured in the most recent Association for Women in Science Magazine
Rainer Weiss, a professor at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and Kip Thorne and Barry Barish, both of the California Institute of Technology, were awarded the Nobel Prize in Physics on Tuesday for the discovery of ripples in space-time known as gravitational waves, which were predicted by Albert Einstein a century ago but had never been directly seen.
When the Great American Eclipse descended on the United States, hundreds of FIU faculty and staff, students, members of the community and media flocked to FIU’s Stocker AstroScience Center’s solar eclipse watch party.
The adolescent brain cognitive development study— ABCD, for short — is the largest long-term evaluation of brain development and child health ever to be conducted in the United States.
The story of newly minted Dr. Oswaldo Artiles, who just received his Ph.D under the guidance of Prof. Sargsian, is featured at the commencement
As a Ph.D. student, Jacqueline Doyle has already presented her work at multiple national meetings. To read more about Doyle's research, click the link above!