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Hansel Tookes, alumnus and assistant professor of medicine, will share his story of success at the Graduate and Postdoctoral Research Symposium next week.

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Scientists are utilizing new methods to help restore the Florida Reef Tract

Faculty and student researchers are experimenting with new techniques and materials to replant corals grown at University of Miami nurseries.

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Scientists are utilizing new methods to help restore the Florida Reef Tract

Faculty and student researchers are experimenting with new techniques and materials to replant corals grown at University of Miami nurseries.

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Scientists are utilizing new methods to help restore the Florida Reef Tract

Faculty and student researchers are experimenting with new techniques and materials to replant corals grown at University of Miami nurseries.

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Scientists are utilizing new methods to help restore the Florida Reef Tract

Faculty and student researchers are experimenting with new techniques and materials to replant corals grown at University of Miami nurseries.

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Brain study identifies possible causes of ethnic pain disparities

A new University of Miami study indicates that brain systems related to discrimination could underlie differences in how African Americans and white Americans respond to pain.

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Brain study identifies possible causes of ethnic pain disparities

A new University of Miami study indicates that brain systems related to discrimination could underlie differences in how African Americans and white Americans respond to pain.

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Brain study identifies possible causes of ethnic pain disparities

A new University of Miami study indicates that brain systems related to discrimination could underlie differences in how African Americans and white Americans respond to pain.

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For students, anticipation drives sentiment

A new study looks at how expectations create positive or negative emotions when academic grades are on the line.

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For students, anticipation drives sentiment

A new study looks at how expectations create positive or negative emotions when academic grades are on the line.

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A collaborative network of microgrids could provide backup electricity

Industrial engineering professor Nurcin Celik is developing technology that would allow local power systems to ‘talk’ to each other and mitigate the impact of power outages.

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A collaborative network of microgrids could provide backup electricity

Industrial engineering professor Nurcin Celik is developing technology that would allow local power systems to ‘talk’ to each other and mitigate the impact of power outages.

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Modern technology reveals old secrets about the great, white Maya road

Using lidar technology to peer through thick vegetation, researchers are learning more about the longest road from ancient Maya civilization.

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Modern technology reveals old secrets about the great, white Maya road

Using lidar technology to peer through thick vegetation, researchers are learning more about the longest road from ancient Maya civilization.

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Online program gets to the heart of the matter

A website designed to help couples improve their relationships offers support and ways to reduce communication conflict, partner violence, and potential break ups.

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Students explain lengthy research in a flash

Ten graduate students will each give a lightning talk about their cutting-edge research projects on Wednesday in the Kislak Center.

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Video from the Miami Climate Symposium

The Miami Climate Symposium 2020, presented by the University of Miami, was held Jan. 22-24 and featured two days of scientific examination of extreme weather due to climate change, followed by a public forum attended by more than 500 people that included an informative panel discussion on the issue.

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Students share their perceptions of the inaugural Miami Climate Symposium

A large number of University of Miami students attended the final day of the symposium, and a few shared their perspectives of the event.

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Students share their perceptions of the inaugural Miami Climate Symposium

A large number of University of Miami students attended the final day of the symposium, and a few shared their perspectives of the event.

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Researcher studies the coastal dynamics of uninhabited islands

Some of the last uninhabited islands on the planet are serving as a natural laboratory for a University of Miami marine geoscientist who is studying how they respond to sea level rise.

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Researcher studies the coastal dynamics of uninhabited islands

Some of the last uninhabited islands on the planet are serving as a natural laboratory for a University of Miami marine geoscientist who is studying how they respond to sea level rise.

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U-LINK Hyper-Localism project receives support from AT&T

The multidisciplinary project explores how coastal communities respond and adapt to rising sea levels.

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U-LINK Hyper-Localism project receives support from AT&T

The multidisciplinary project explores how coastal communities respond and adapt to rising sea levels.

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Working to revive Florida’s barrier reefs

University of Miami researchers are leading a massive undertaking to plant 150,000 coral colonies on reefs decimated by disease, pollution and rising temperatures using corals grown at UM and partner organizations.

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Working to revive Florida’s barrier reefs

University of Miami researchers are leading a massive undertaking to plant 150,000 coral colonies on reefs decimated by disease, pollution and rising temperatures using corals grown at UM and partner organizations.

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New U-LINK grants support life-changing endeavors

The University of Miami Laboratory for Integrative Knowledge awards Phase 1 grants to projects that could enhance millions of lives.

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New U-LINK grants support life-changing endeavors

The University of Miami Laboratory for Integrative Knowledge awards Phase 1 grants to projects that could enhance millions of lives.

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University of Miami awarded harmful algal bloom research funding

Funding supports research on the human-health impacts of red tide and other harmful algal blooms.

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University of Miami awarded harmful algal bloom research funding

Funding supports research on the human-health impacts of red tide and other harmful algal blooms.

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Investigating a potential new threat to the ozone layer

University of Miami atmospheric scientist Elliot Atlas is part of a NASA-funded project studying how intense storms impact the stratosphere.

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Investigating a potential new threat to the ozone layer

University of Miami atmospheric scientist Elliot Atlas is part of a NASA-funded project studying how intense storms impact the stratosphere.

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