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Digital Self-Harm Surges Among U.S. Teens from 2016 to 2021

By | July 9, 2024

A new study finds that digital self-harm, where individuals anonymously post or share hurtful content about themselves online, has increased more than 88% since 2016 among 13 to 17 year olds in the U.S.

U-Ride: Transforming Transit for College Students in Southeast Florida

By | June 27, 2024

ֱ is leading a first-time transportation collaboration using a novel app. U-ride is the first app that allows users to easily compare and track the environmental and health impacts of their trip.

Balancing Act: Wearable Sensors and AI Transform Balance Assessment

By | June 26, 2024

Using wearable sensors and advanced machine learning algorithms, ֱ engineering researchers are addressing a crucial gap in assessing balance, which could have significant implications for health care.

'Fit2Drive' Transforms Assessing Older Drivers with Cognitive Decline

By | June 24, 2024

"Fit2Drive," an algorithm developed by ֱ researchers has made it easy to administer and evaluate an in-office test to predict an older individual's probability of passing an on-road driving test.

ֱ CA-AI Research Highlighted in 'Nature Reviews'

By | June 20, 2024

Florida Atlantic Center for Connected Autonomy and Artificial Intelligence researchers have "cracked the code" on interference when machines need to talk with each other - and people.

FPL and ֱ Engineering Unveil New AI-Enabled Center

By | June 7, 2024

ֱ College of Engineering and Computer Science and Florida Power & Light Company officially unveiled the newly established "FPL Center for Intelligent Energy Technologies" (InETech).

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.

After Hundreds of Years, Study Confirms Bermuda Home to Cownose Rays

By | May 20, 2024

Using citizen science and morphological and genetic data, ֱ Harbor Branch researchers are the first to provide evidence that the Atlantic cownose ray has recently made a new home in Bermuda.

Biohybrid Robotic Hand Will Help Unravel Complex Sensation of Touch

By | May 15, 2024

ֱ engineering researchers have developed a novel biohybrid neuro-prosthetic research platform to refine control of artificial hands and lead to a better understanding of the complex sensation of touch.

ֱ Creates New Department of Biomedical Engineering

By | May 2, 2024

The College of Engineering and Computer Science has created a Department of Biomedical Engineering that will focus on biomaterials and tissue engineering; smart health systems; and bio-robotics.