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ֱ/Mainstreet Research Florida Poll Shows Trump Holds Lead Over Biden

By | April 18, 2024

Former U.S. President Donald Trump continues to maintain a formidable lead over U.S. President Joe Biden among Florida voters

ֱ Researcher Earns Top Award for Marine Natural Products

By | April 18, 2024

Amy Wright, Ph.D., research professor at ֱ Harbor Branch Oceanographic Institute, received the Paul J. Scheuer Award in Marine Natural Products, considered the foremost accolade in the field.

Florida Wildlife Corridor Eases Worst Impacts of Climate Change

By | April 16, 2024

A first-of-its-kind study shows how Florida can buffer itself against both climate change and population pressures by conserving the remaining 8 million acres of "opportunity areas" within the corridor.

Study: Affordability Crisis Lingers Despite Normalizing Rent Growth

By | April 16, 2024

Rent growth has returned back to the typical yearly increase for the most part, though many households are still struggling to afford rents, according to researchers at Florida Atlantic and two other schools

ֱ Lands $1.3 Million Grant to Clean Up Stinky Seaweed in Florida

By | April 10, 2024

ֱ Harbor Branch researchers will assess if it is better to harvest Sargassum in water as opposed to on the beach to better plan for removing vast amounts of seaweed from beaches and preventing aggregations.

Study: These Metro Areas are Most at Risk for Pricing Corrections

By | April 8, 2024

The Sun Belt states lead the nation in housing premiums significantly higher than long-term pricing trends, suggesting the risk of a pricing correction is growing in these places, data shows.

'Back to the Future' to Forecast the Fate of a Dead Florida Coral Reef

By | March 28, 2024

Going back thousands of years to reconstruct a coral death assemblage, a study offers a glimpse into a once vibrant coral reef community and explores if history can repeat itself in the face of climate change.

ֱ Experts Available to Discuss Upcoming Solar Eclipse

By | March 28, 2024

Experts from ֱ's Charles E. Schmidt College of Science are available to discuss various aspects related to the upcoming solar eclipse.

ֱ Housing Expert: NAR Settlement May Lead to More Complex Deals

By | March 27, 2024

The settlement from the National Association of Realtors related to broker commissions is likely to do more harm than good for buyers and sellers, according to a real estate expert at ֱ.

Study Explores Severe Hurricanes and Coral Reef Sponge Recolonization

By | March 26, 2024

A study by ֱ researchers and colleagues is the first to evaluate substrate recolonization by sponges in the U.S. Virgin Islands after two catastrophic storms using genetic analyses.