Veterans with disabilities to receive training in small-business ownership

Florida State University will welcome 22 military veterans to its 2013 Entrepreneurship Bootcamp for Veterans with Disabilities program.

Florida State's food science expertise leads to research agreement with Brunei Darussalam

Agreement will focus on the detection of hidden blood protein in food and other dietary products.

Medical researcher links brain chemistry to partner preference

New insights could lead to improved social bonding for people with autism.

With Humboldt Fellowship, religion professor will travel to Germany in search of ancient giants

Matthew Goff will complete a book analyzing 2,000-year-old passages contained in the Dead Sea Scrolls.

Colleagues will salute de Grummond with Italian symposium

The symposium, "Artisans and Craft in Ancient Etruria," will take place June 23.

Board of Governors votes to approve Florida State's pre-eminent status

University launches plan to escalate national ranking

Education plus experience: The key to a successful transition to the workplace

Students who work during their college years will be glad they did after graduation.

Down the wrong path: Book details psychiatry's lack of objective science

Findings show well-intentioned coercion, unscientific diagnoses and psychoactive drugs that do as much harm as good.

Urban planning lab project honored by American Planning Association

Action plan recommends innovations for Tallahassee's College Avenue corridor.

Hays is 2013 Max Carraway Employee of the Year

Network architect praised by colleagues for years of dedicated service.