Friday, September 01, 2017
NSU’s Guy Harvey Research Institute Tagged Tiger Shark Breaks Distance Record – And Is Still Going!

Satellite tag shows tiger shark “Andy” has traveled more than 33,000 miles in three years ..

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Wednesday, August 16, 2017
South Florida Coral Reefs to Get a Helping Hand – Anchorage Changed to Help Avoid Mishaps

Given that healthy coral reefs are a must to maintain healthy oceans, it’s vital that we do whatever we can to ensure they not only survive, but thrive. To that end, researchers at Nova Southeastern University’s (NSU) Halmos College of Natural Sciences and Oceanography have been working with other experts to help protect South Florida’s coral reefs. ..

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Monday, August 07, 2017
NSU’s GHRI Study Shows Ocean’s Fastest Shark Is Being Threatened By Over Fishing

Research Shows Shortfin Mako Shark Fishing Mortality Rate Is Much Higher Than Previously Thought  ..

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Tuesday, June 06, 2017
NuLife Moves Into NSU’s Center for Collaborative Research

NuLife Sciences through the company’s wholly-owned subsidiary, NuLife BioMed, Inc., announced that it has moved into space at NSU's prestigious Center for Collaborative Research (CCR), where it will conduct research on the NuLife Technique, a means to potentially eliminate the need for tissue matching between donor and recipient in kidney transplants and the need for anti-rejection medication post-surgery. ..

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Friday, May 12, 2017
Nova Southeastern University Researchers Part of Team Exploring Seas in Fiji

Team Helping Gather Data to Better Understand Health of Fiji’s Deep & Shallow Reefs  ..

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Tuesday, May 02, 2017
NSU Collaborates with South Florida Accelerator to Commercialize Technology

The South Florida Accelerator (TSFA) and Nova Southeastern University (NSU) announced plans to form new startup companies from NSU’s research and development (R&D) pipeline. ..

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Wednesday, April 12, 2017
NSU Researchers Studying How to Disrupt Bacteria to Treat Infections

Bacteria are everywhere. And despite widespread belief, not all bacteria are “bad.” However, to combat those that can cause health issues for humans, there has been an over-reliance on the use of antibiotics – so much so, that many of them are now proving ineffective due to bacteria developing increased resistance to them. ..

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Tuesday, February 14, 2017
NSU: Spread of Lionfish in Gulf of Mexico is Threat to Reef Fisheries

Nowhere is this more evident than with the spread of lionfish, an invasive, non-native species that is threatening the marine ecosystems across the Gulf of Mexico, Caribbean and Atlantic Ocean. And one researcher at Nova Southeastern University continues working to learn as much about lionfish as he can. ..

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Wednesday, February 01, 2017
NSU: Sharks Show Novel Changes in Their Immune Cancer-Related Genes

A new genomics study of shark DNA, including from great white and great hammerhead sharks, reveals unique modifications in their immunity genes that may underlie the rapid wound healing and possibly higher resistance to cancers in these ocean predators.  ..

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Tuesday, November 22, 2016
Nova Southeastern University Receives $3 Million Grant from U.S. Navy and NAVAIR

Thanks to NAVAIR and the U.S. Navy, the next generation of specialists in science, math and technology are being trained right here at Nova Southeastern University (NSU.) ..

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