Categories | Research

What is the future of AI in healthcare?

April 4, 2024 0

Discover FGCU’s use of holographic technology and cancer detection advancements as they relate to AI....

‘But came the waves and washed it away’: Exploring Sanibel’s coastal dynamics

March 15, 2024 0

In one of the earliest sonnets in English, Edmund Spenser illustrated the futility of carving a name into the sandy...

From housing to the library, AI is a cool tool

December 14, 2023 0

In 2011, IBM’s Watson, a question-answering computer system, beat Ken Jennings and Brad Rutter, two of the most successful players...

Archives exhibit explores ‘Rescue as Resistance’

November 29, 2023 0

Ask Melissa Minds VandeBurgt and her team about their newest exhibit at the Wilson G. Bradshaw Library Archives, and you’ll...

Research is fun: Water club students use passion, data to help community

October 24, 2023 0

When you think of college students having fun, an image of friends chatting, a night on the town, or, perhaps,...

Health literacy project delivered education to Immokalee

September 21, 2023 0

In the heart of Collier County lies Immokalee, a town known for its agricultural fields and close-knit community. It is...

Adam Catasus has the keys to research and adventure

September 15, 2023 0

On a picture-perfect day in March, Florida Gulf Coast University’s Water School professor Mike Parsons navigates a boat through the...

FGCU researcher flipping the script on parents working remotely

July 7, 2023 0

Since the beginning of time, parents have seemingly been pulled in two directions – home life and work life. The...

Archives & Special Collections a Rich Research Resource

April 5, 2023 0

Dentures used by the prophet of a utopian society that existed near Florida Gulf Coast University. “Green Book” guides read...

FGCU event examines link between Florida cult, Waco tragedy

March 14, 2023 0

A Florida Gulf Coast University professor’s research about a little-known religious sect in Southwest Florida is now in the spotlight...

Scientists studying Ian’s impact note artificial reef damage, coral loss

February 10, 2023 0

In the aftermath of Hurricane Ian, Southwest Floridians were warned to stay out of Gulf water tainted with a rare,...

Grad student follows early inspiration into forensic studies

January 9, 2023 0

When Florida Gulf Coast University graduate student Delanie Fether was young, her inquisitive mind was captivated by “Bones,” the long-running...