Research

A new study suggests that when men and women express the same amount of hurt, women’s pain is considered less intense based on stereotypes.

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Virtual forum will tackle intersection of climate change, societal barriers

Experts will explore why human-centered issues must be addressed in conjunction with things like rising seas, stronger storms, and increased hydro-static pressure at a symposium on April 7.

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Virtual forum will tackle intersection of climate change, societal barriers

Experts will explore why human-centered issues must be addressed in conjunction with things like rising seas, stronger storms, and increased hydro-static pressure at a symposium on April 7.

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Virtual forum will tackle intersection of climate change, societal barriers

Experts will explore why human-centered issues must be addressed in conjunction with things like rising seas, stronger storms, and increased hydro-static pressure at a symposium on April 7.

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Virtual forum will tackle intersection of climate change, societal barriers

Experts will explore why human-centered issues must be addressed in conjunction with things like rising seas, stronger storms, and increased hydro-static pressure at a symposium on April 7.

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Don’t let the small stuff get you down

A new study led by University of Miami psychologists suggests that the longer negativity lingers in your brain, the unhappier you may be.

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Don’t let the small stuff get you down

A new study led by University of Miami psychologists suggests that the longer negativity lingers in your brain, the unhappier you may be.

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Don’t let the small stuff get you down

A new study led by University of Miami psychologists suggests that the longer negativity lingers in your brain, the unhappier you may be.

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Marine biologist documents the impacts of climate change

In his travels around the world to survey and map coral reefs, Sam Purkis, a professor at the Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science, has witnessed firsthand the devastating impact of global warming.

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Marine biologist documents the impacts of climate change

In his travels around the world to survey and map coral reefs, Sam Purkis, a professor at the Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science, has witnessed firsthand the devastating impact of global warming.

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Architect works, lives among his creations

Rocco Ceo supervises his students as they build structures that often end up on campus. The professor of architecture was recently chosen as a Fellow by the American Institute of Architects, one of the highest honors in the profession.

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Architect works, lives among his creations

Rocco Ceo supervises his students as they build structures that often end up on campus. The professor of architecture was recently chosen as a Fellow by the American Institute of Architects, one of the highest honors in the profession.

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Researcher finds a better way to tap into the brain

Using a new class of nanoparticles that are two thousand times thinner than a human hair, Sakhrat Khizroev, a professor of electrical and computer engineering at the University’s College of Engineering, hopes to unlock the secrets of the brain.

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Researcher finds a better way to tap into the brain

Using a new class of nanoparticles that are two thousand times thinner than a human hair, Sakhrat Khizroev, a professor of electrical and computer engineering at the University’s College of Engineering, hopes to unlock the secrets of the brain.

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Team works to enhance South Florida’s coastal resilience

An interdisciplinary group of University professors is working to develop, test, and deploy newly engineered artificial reefs that could decrease wave energy and help save coastlines from destruction during storms.

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University of Miami leads a pilot program to track variants of COVID-19

A team of faculty members at the Miller School of Medicine working to detect variants in COVID-19 positive samples has found about 25 percent contain the more contagious U.K. variant. They also found the Brazilian variant.

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Engineering student’s technology could revolutionize the use of drones

Tomas Pribanic has found a way to apply ion thrust to autonomous aerial vehicles in Earth’s atmosphere, creating a silent propulsion system and paving the way for the greater application of drones in the cargo delivery industry.

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Researcher works to eliminate the ‘blind spot’ of racism

Zinzi Bailey, research assistant professor, investigates the causes of structural discrimination and its role in the poor health outcomes of many Black people.

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Researcher works to eliminate the ‘blind spot’ of racism

Zinzi Bailey, research assistant professor, investigates the causes of structural discrimination and its role in the poor health outcomes of many Black people.

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University scientist’s tool predicts harsh weather

Ben Kirtman, a professor of atmospheric sciences, is the primary architect of the multi-model Subseasonal Experiment, or SubX, which forecast a breakdown of the polar vortex that led to frigid temperatures in Texas and other states.

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University scientist’s tool predicts harsh weather

Ben Kirtman, a professor of atmospheric sciences, is the primary architect of the multi-model Subseasonal Experiment, or SubX, which forecast a breakdown of the polar vortex that led to frigid temperatures in Texas and other states.

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Sensors could improve at-home health care

The University’s Institute for Data Science and Computing is partnering with GE Global Research to devise secure, smart technology that could improve patient outcomes.

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Sensors could improve at-home health care

The University’s Institute for Data Science and Computing is partnering with GE Global Research to devise secure, smart technology that could improve patient outcomes.

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Researchers broaden tracking of COVID-19 through wastewater

A University of Miami-led team recently received a major federal grant to study how wastewater can be used to help predict coronavirus outbreaks.

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Researchers broaden tracking of COVID-19 through wastewater

A University of Miami-led team recently received a major federal grant to study how wastewater can be used to help predict coronavirus outbreaks.

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Competitors rapidly focus on unique ways to save lives, resources

During the Graduate School’s fifth annual Three-Minute Thesis Competition, students shared condensed versions of a variety of research projects.

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Competitors rapidly focus on unique ways to save lives, resources

During the Graduate School’s fifth annual Three-Minute Thesis Competition, students shared condensed versions of a variety of research projects.

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New fellowship offers undergraduates a means to pursue their passions

The Academic Enhancement Research Fellowship gives students the funding to explore a topic of their choice. Awardees have a chance to delve into creative projects outside the traditional classroom setting.

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New fellowship offers undergraduates a means to pursue their passions

The Academic Enhancement Research Fellowship gives students the funding to explore a topic of their choice. Awardees have a chance to delve into creative projects outside the traditional classroom setting.

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Graduate students compete to entice viewers with their research

The fifth annual Three-Minute Thesis Competition offers a window into the variety of student research happening at the University’s schools and colleges.

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Graduate students compete to entice viewers with their research

The fifth annual Three-Minute Thesis Competition offers a window into the variety of student research happening at the University’s schools and colleges.

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