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A recent paper argues that not only have researchers just scratched the surface of analyzing the Amazon, but the plots of land that are analyzed may have biases that are not accounted for.


A Question of Why

Carlos Bustamante, a Presidential Distinguished Scholar, kicked off his series of lectures about genetics, DNA and who we are.

A Question of Why

Carlos Bustamante, a Presidential Distinguished Scholar, kicked off his series of lectures about genetics, DNA and who we are.

A Question of Why

Carlos Bustamante, a Presidential Distinguished Scholar, kicked off his series of lectures about genetics, DNA and who we are.


Sub-Second System Seizures

UM physicist studies the unexpected consequences of sub-second delays on fast-moving data systems

Sub-Second System Seizures

UM physicist studies the unexpected consequences of sub-second delays on fast-moving data systems


Science and Art Weave a Story on Climate Change

A fluid multi-platform exhibition examines the impacts of climate change through art, research, media, and curated archival items at UM’s Richter Library.


Engineering Power

A highlight of National Engineers Week is inviting high school girls to UM to discover how analytical thinking and critical reasoning are skills each engineer needs to succeed.


Poisoning A River of Grass

Due to a variety of factors, toxic algal blooms are an added threat to the unique Everglades ecosystem.


Creation of the Frost Institutes for Science and Engineering

UM’s public commitment to enhance the preeminence of Miami as a leader in scientific inquiry and innovation.


Cuba Water Hassles

An interdisciplinary study at UM is looking at how Cubans on the island cope with water issues that result in health and hygiene concerns.


It All Adds Up

UM’s Mathematics Department is involved in research that cuts across disciplines and real-world issues – sometimes with a hemispheric focus.



A Recreation of the Real World

An interdisciplinary approach at the University of Miami is using drones and new mapping technologies to view historic buildings in 3-D.

A Recreation of the Real World

An interdisciplinary approach at the University of Miami is using drones and new mapping technologies to view historic buildings in 3-D.


Spotlight on Coral Bleaching

New high-resolution model predictions of annual coral bleaching can help prioritize reefs for conservation.

Spotlight on Coral Bleaching

New high-resolution model predictions of annual coral bleaching can help prioritize reefs for conservation.



Mapping Informality

Mixing activism with architecture, two University of Miami professors use drones and face-to-face encounters with locals to map informal cities in Latin America.

Mapping Informality

Mixing activism with architecture, two University of Miami professors use drones and face-to-face encounters with locals to map informal cities in Latin America.


Unique Adaptations Help Ducks Thrive in the Andes

An international group of biologists discover how torrent ducks manage to thrive in low-oxygen environments.

Unique Adaptations Help Ducks Thrive in the Andes

An international group of biologists discover how torrent ducks manage to thrive in low-oxygen environments.



Designing a Resilient South Florida

Hosted by the University of Miami School of Architecture, teams of experts, students, and local policy leaders presented solutions to adapt to climate change.

Designing a Resilient South Florida

Hosted by the University of Miami School of Architecture, teams of experts, students, and local policy leaders presented solutions to adapt to climate change.


‘Sinking City’ Showcases Diverse Voices

The new online literary journal published by graduate students hopes to drive conversations about the environment and other important issues.

‘Sinking City’ Showcases Diverse Voices

The new online literary journal published by graduate students hopes to drive conversations about the environment and other important issues.


Brain Pattern Flexibility and Behavior

Researchers analyzed how brain regions are connected to each other in a way that facilitates high-level cognitive processing.

Brain Pattern Flexibility and Behavior

Researchers analyzed how brain regions are connected to each other in a way that facilitates high-level cognitive processing.


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