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UM physicist helps develop a space telescope to study the secrets of the cosmos.


VONA/Voices Provides Safe Space for Writers of Color

The annual conference at UM nurtures voices that open minds and deepen human understanding.

VONA/Voices Provides Safe Space for Writers of Color

The annual conference at UM nurtures voices that open minds and deepen human understanding.

VONA/Voices Provides Safe Space for Writers of Color

The annual conference at UM nurtures voices that open minds and deepen human understanding.


The Miami Hurricane Honored

The heralded student newspaper took home 10 SPJ Florida Sunshine State Awards, including nine first place finishes.

The Miami Hurricane Honored

The heralded student newspaper took home 10 SPJ Florida Sunshine State Awards, including nine first place finishes.


NFL Players ‘Prepare for Life after Football’

More than 30 current and former NFL players graduated from the new Miami Executive M.B.A. for Artists and Athletes program.


Global Competition

The RoboCanes, a team of autonomous, soccer-playing robots developed by students and faculty, reached new heights at the 2016 RoboCup Championship in Germany.


Examining the Role of Women in Extreme Networks Such as ISIS

A UM study reveals that although women remain under the radar in terrorist organizations, they hold the networks together.


Embracing Community Service

More than 12,500 UM students recorded 157,489 hours of community service in the 2014-2015 academic year.


15 Things to Know About the School of Business Today

Business Magazine presents interesting factoids describing UM's School of Business Administration today.


Cuban Dissident Condemns Obama During UM Visit

In his first trip outside of Cuba, Oscar Elias Biscet received the Presidential Medal of Freedom from former President George W. Bush and the keys to Coral Gables from Mayor James Cason, formerly the chief U.S. diplomat in Cuba.



Doing the Math on Zika and Sex

In a first-of-its-kind study, UM researchers created a mathematical model in an attempt to determine how much of a role sexual transmission plays in the spread and control of Zika.

Doing the Math on Zika and Sex

In a first-of-its-kind study, UM researchers created a mathematical model in an attempt to determine how much of a role sexual transmission plays in the spread and control of Zika.


‘Witch Doctors’ Flex Skills on BattleBots

Most witch doctors believe in healing, but this Witch Doctor, designed by a team that includes two alumni, will be bent on maiming, scorching, and annihilating other robots.

‘Witch Doctors’ Flex Skills on BattleBots

Most witch doctors believe in healing, but this Witch Doctor, designed by a team that includes two alumni, will be bent on maiming, scorching, and annihilating other robots.



UM Science Kicks Off Shark Week

Highly anticipated Discovery Channel program highlights shark research by UM’s Neil Hammerschlag.

UM Science Kicks Off Shark Week

Highly anticipated Discovery Channel program highlights shark research by UM’s Neil Hammerschlag.


Conference Spotlights ‘Other C02 Problem’

Forum aimed to raise awareness about ocean acidification, an invisible threat to Florida’s coral reefs, fisheries, and tourism economy.

Conference Spotlights ‘Other C02 Problem’

Forum aimed to raise awareness about ocean acidification, an invisible threat to Florida’s coral reefs, fisheries, and tourism economy.



Analyzing How ISIS Recruits Through Social Media

UM researchers apply the laws of physics to study how terrorist support groups grow online, and how law enforcement can track activities.

Analyzing How ISIS Recruits Through Social Media

UM researchers apply the laws of physics to study how terrorist support groups grow online, and how law enforcement can track activities.


Omaha Bound

The Hurricanes will be featured in the College World Series for the second straight season, and the 25th time in program history. Games begin June 18.

Omaha Bound

The Hurricanes will be featured in the College World Series for the second straight season, and the 25th time in program history. Games begin June 18.


Next Stop, Super Regional

Next up for the third-seeded Hurricanes is an NCAA Super Regional beginning this weekend at Alex Rodriguez Park at Mark Light Field.

Next Stop, Super Regional

Next up for the third-seeded Hurricanes is an NCAA Super Regional beginning this weekend at Alex Rodriguez Park at Mark Light Field.


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@univmiami - Jul 21
RT @UMCAS: X-ray satellite collab with UM physicist @NASA @JAXA_en reveals vital data on galaxy cluster https://t.co/1sEbMUdfqL https://t.c…



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