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(Source: CBS4)

Protect Yourself At The Pump With The U-Glove

Without thinking, people insert their credit cards and reach for the handle to pump gas. Yet, millions of microbes expose these fillers to unimaginable microscopic horrors, including fecal matter.

12/16/2014

Lionfish may be invading our oceans, but pretty soon they'll be invading restaurant menus. Eating them could be a new alternative to controlling their population. (Source: CBS4)

Miami Restaurants Dishing Out A Solution To The Lionfish Invasion

Lionfish have been devastating Florida’s aquatic ecosystem as uninterrupted predators of native species. But now Miami chefs are turning the tables, putting these invasive fish on their menus.

11/28/2014

Mako shark caught for tagging. (Source: http://nsunews.nova.edu/)

NSU Issues BOLO For “Missing” Mako Shark

Shark experts in Fort Lauderdale have issued a B.O.L.O., or Be On The Lookout, for a missing mako shark.

08/04/2014

(Source: Nova Southeastern University’s Oceanographic Center)

NSU Students Start Crowdsourcing Project To Fund New Coral Reef Nurseries

ova Southeastern University’s Oceanographic Center has launched a crowdsourcing campaign to raise money to expand its coral reef restoration project.

06/19/2014

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How Dirty Is It At The Movie Theater?

With so many of us going to the movies on any given night, CBS4 News wondered how dirty are the theaters we visit.

05/21/2014

Smart Pills (Source: CBS4)

“Study Drugs” Dangers On The Rise At Florida Schools

The desire for success has driven some college students to the hospital. Many of them have taken prescription drugs to get better grades. They are referred to as “study drugs” and are easy to get and easy to abuse.

CBS4–02/25/2014

Photo of E-Coli bacteria under microscope (Source: CBS4)

How Dirty Are The Items You Touch Everyday?

Gross, but true. We are covered in bacteria. Microbiologists at Nova Southeastern University say there are 10 bacteria living on you for every one cell you have.

CBS Miami–11/20/2013

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Pembroke Pines Woman Arrested After Bizarre Incident At NSU

It sounds like the set-up to a joke, but a bizarre incident Monday involving a stolen golf cat, a John Deer Gator cart, two fire extinguishers, and Nova Southeastern University has led to multiple charges against Dori Cash, 42, of Pembroke Pines.

CBS Miami–11/19/2013

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NSU Helps Track Sharks With A Mouse Click

Shark enthusiasts all over the world have a new tool to track sharks and dive into “Shark Week 2013” with the help of a South Florida university.

CBS Miami–08/05/2013

Picture of NSU Oceanographic Center's offshore work in Broward County which includes coral reef monitoring. (Source: NSU)

Gore Speaks At Nova’s Coral Reef Research Center Grand Opening

lorida is the only state in the U.S. that has extensive shallow coral reef formations near its coasts and Nova Southeastern University wants to make sure this unique Florida resource is protected.

CBS4–09/27/2012

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