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Study: Texas Housing Markets Moderating Among Sunbelt States

By | June 13, 2024

As many of the Sun Belt states wrestle with some of the highest housing premiums in the nation, metropolitan areas in Texas might have improving options for homebuyers, according to researchers at ֱ and FIU.

Report: Logistics Industry Shows Signs of Recovery

By | June 11, 2024

Transportation prices and warehouse utilization rose in the latest supply chain management report, according to researchers at ֱ and four other schools.

ֱ Harbor Branch Launches 'eConch' to Grow, Conserve the Queen Conch

By | June 11, 2024

eConch is a free, experiential online learning program that provides step-by-step instructions and expert advice to grow queen conch, the most important molluscan fishery in the Caribbean region.

How Do You Know Where a Fish Goes?

By | June 6, 2024

A pioneering study by researchers at ֱ and the Smithsonian Environmental Research Center used a new movement model that improves the accuracy of acoustic tracking in marine animals.

Study: Most Florida Cities Showing Signs of a Settling Rental Market

By | June 4, 2024

Just a year ago, nearly all the measured Florida metros were at double-digit premiums, but now renters in Florida could see cheaper rents according to researchers.

U.S. Drug-related Infant Deaths More than Doubled from 2018 to 2022

By | June 4, 2024

A study by ֱ's Schmidt College of Medicine shows that drug-involved infant deaths in the U.S. more than doubled (120% increase) from 2018 to 2022, with the greatest proportion of deaths in 2021 (25.8%).

ֱ/Mainstreet Poll of Battleground States Shows Divide on Top Issues

By | June 4, 2024

A new poll of voters in battleground states, conducted by ֱ Political Communication and Public Opinion Research Lab (PolCom Lab) and Mainstreet Research highlights the partisan divide.

Data Analysis: More Banks at Risk of Failure as CRE Loans Reprice

By | June 3, 2024

More than 60 of the largest banks in the country are at increased risk of failure due to their commercial real estate (CRE) exposures, according to a data analysis from a finance expert at ֱ.

Tiny Worm Uncovers Long-lasting Prenatal Effects from Amphetamines

By | May 30, 2024

Using a tiny worm, ֱ researchers have revealed the underlying mechanisms of embryonal exposure to methamphetamine (Meth) and amphetamines, a psychostimulant used to treat a variety of brain dysfunctions.