Contributing to a cleaner planet by assisting in clean up efforts by assisting national.
Leading the way in biomass conversion to fuels and deployment of renewable energy systems.
Developing inovative solutions for military contractors and departments.
The DOE-FIU Science and Technology Workforce Development Program is an innovative program between the U.S. DOE-EM and FIU-ARC.
FIU-ARC performs sponsored research in the areas of cyberspace architectures, multi-agent systems, visualization concepts, cyber resilience, reliability, efficiency...
The FIU Nuclear Research Program consists of over 30 researchers from 6 academic departments in 3 colleges and FIU-ARC under the Division of Research.
The DoD Mentor-Protégé Program offers incentives to major defense contractors to assist small disadvantaged businesses with developmental support.
Twenty-year-old Rosalyn Sussman cut a steely, solitary figure in September 1941 as she started her doctorate in nuclear physics at the University of Illinois Champaign-Urbana. “I was the first woman to have a graduate assistantship in physics there since 1917,” she recounted to biographer Eugene Straus. She was the only female faculty member among 400, and there were no women’s bathrooms in the lab facilities—a major inconvenience, especially during the many nights...Continue Reading More News