FIU Provost and Executive Vice President Kenneth G. Furton and Abuzar Kabir of the College of Arts, Sciences & Education led the discovery to patents with the potential to revolutionize the multibillion-dollar sample preparation and analytical testing industry.
Women are underrepresented in philosophy careers, but it has nothing to do with finding jobs at colleges or universities, according to a new study. Hiring mirrors the number of women in the field.
Physics professor Richard Bone was elected earlier this year as Fellow of the International Carotenoids Society.
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Provost Kenneth Furton and chemistry researcher Abuzar Kabir have found a quick and reliable way to test the freshness of the fruit in your grocer’s produce section. The story is also featured on Phys.org.
Co-inventors Kenneth Furton and Abuzar Kabir sought a way to improve the time- and labor-intensive preparation of samples such as blood, urine, milk and water.
Ophelia Weeks, an affiliate faculty member of what became the Center for Women's and Gender Studies has been named president of the University of Liberia.
Congratulations to FIU Center for Children and Families's Melissa Baralt for winning the Bridging the Word Gap Challenge!
Marcela Jaramillo was awarded the GRFP fellowing and is now sharing her experience as a Hispanic woman in STEM with high school and college students.
Undergrads from SISH departments and centers win 2017 CASE Student Awards. Click on the link above to see the winners!