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ֱ/Mainstreet Research Super Tuesday Poll: Trump Likely to Sweep Day

By | March 4, 2024

Former U.S. President Donald Trump maintains a commanding 43-point lead over former South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley in the Republican primary

In-vehicle Sensors Help Detect Cognitive Changes in Older Drivers

By | February 29, 2024

ֱ researchers are using unobtrusive sensors and monitoring devices in older drivers' vehicles as a first step toward widespread use of a low-cost, early warning system of possible changes in cognition.

Aerial Surveys Reveal Ample Populations of Rays in Southeast Florida

By | February 28, 2024

ֱ researchers conducted a multi-year study that is the first to repeatedly sample areas where giant manta rays and whitespotted eagle rays are abundant from Miami north to the Jupiter Inlet.

ֱ Receives NIH Grant to Study Electronic Health Records

By | February 27, 2024

Researchers in ֱ's College of Business received a $437,274 research grant from the National Institute of Health to study the use of electronic health records in underserved communities.

Experts: Commercial Real Estate Exposures Could Lead to Bank Failures

By | February 22, 2024

Sinking demand for office space in the commercial real estate market could lead to bank failures in parts of the country, according to two finance experts at ֱ.

ֱ's Stiles-Nicholson Brain Institute Presents 'Brainy Days'

By | February 21, 2024

ֱ's Stiles-Nicholson Brain Institute will celebrate its efforts to advance brain science and health with events throughout the month of March throughout Palm Beach County.

Study Details Toxic Elements Found in Stranded Whales and Dolphins

By | February 21, 2024

Researchers from ֱ Harbor Branch and collaborators analyzed tissue and fecal samples from 90 stranded whales and dolphins in Florida and Georgia over 15 years from 2007 to 2021.

Could Ultra-processed Foods Be the New 'Silent' Killer?

By | February 20, 2024

An emerging health hazard is the unprecedented consumption of ultra-processed foods in the standard American diet, which may be the new "silent" killer, as was unrecognized high blood pressure in prior decades.

To Boost a Preschooler's Language Skills, Consider Reminiscing

By | February 19, 2024

A study by ֱ researchers on "parent talk" compared reminiscing, book sharing and toy play as language learning settings. Findings show reminiscing is very good at eliciting high quality speech from parents.

Sandalwood Oil By-product Prevents Prostate Cancer Development in Mice

By | February 13, 2024

Sandalwood oil has been used for centuries. Now, a study is the first to demonstrate in vivo the chemo-preventive properties of a by-product of the oil in mice without weight loss or noticeable side effects.