Dozens of students struggled to stay afloat while crossing the Green Library lake as spectators cheered them on during the 25th annual Walk on Water event on Oct. 30.
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Aileen Marty, professor in the college of medicine, returned to Miami this month after helping with the recent Ebola outbreak in Nigeria as part of the World Health Organization’s Global Outbreak Alert and Response Network.
According to alz.org, the disease can be recognized through 10 early symptoms, including memory loss that disrupts daily functions, a change in personality and confusion with time or place to name a few.
Can 3D printers be the key to reaching immortality.
Irma Becerra-Fernandez, vice president for Engagement seeks to further STEM education.
Aside from the conference speakers, the University is showing off their work at the eMerge pavilion.
Miami’s innovators have gathered to bring together projects and ideas at eMerge Americas Techweek, a conference that started on Thursday, May 1 and runs through Tuesday, May 6.
A group of undergraduates and alumni figured out how to shoot a red panda out of a cannon in a video game they designed and programmed that is making its national debut in April.
Alastair Paragas and Robin Mayrand, freshman students, have collaborated in developing a new registration system for FIU’s Honors College.
Wikipedia, the online encyclopedia giant, has found it difficult to adapt to the smartphone age.