CCF's Elisa Trucco published a new study that shows lower levels of brain activity during childhood may lead to decreased self-control and, eventually, delinquent behavior in adolescence.
Alejandro Hernandez participated in an intensive program focused on the fundamentals and real-world applications of nuclear science and radiochemistry.
When students see their science classmates as very interested in the class, they are more likely to develop an interest in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) careers, according to the national study led by FIU professors Zahra Hazari and Geoff Potvin and published recently in Science Advances.
William E. Pelham, Jr. received the 2017 Distinguished Scientific Contributions to Clinical Psychology Award last week during the American Psychological Association (APA) Annual Convention in Washington, D.C.
Two grants totaling more than $3.1 million are helping researchers at FIU’s Biomolecular Sciences Institute wage war against Zika and malaria.
FIU Office to Advance Women, Equity, and Diversity (AWED) is now offering an internship to students enrolled in WST 4940 or WST 5946 U03 (under Gender & Women's Studies). Please click on the link above for the application.
This summer the NSF awarded a 3-year $650,000 grant to FIU investigator Laura Serbus, an assistant professor in the Department of Biological Sciences and member of the Biomolecular Sciences Institute
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.
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SISH's summer 2017 Worlds Ahead graduates are Stephanie Padron and Oswaldo Artiles.