Research

Warm water eddies that break off from the Loop Current in the Gulf of Mexico can supercharge hurricanes in only a few hours, Rosenstiel School oceanographer Lynn “Nick” Shay’s research reveals.

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Student learns from NOAA scientists during summer program

Ava De Leon was one of only 15 students accepted into an inclusive fisheries 10-week internship offered by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration aimed at giving diverse talent hands-on experience in marine science.

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Student learns from NOAA scientists during summer program

Ava De Leon was one of only 15 students accepted into an inclusive fisheries 10-week internship offered by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration aimed at giving diverse talent hands-on experience in marine science.

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Student learns from NOAA scientists during summer program

Ava De Leon was one of only 15 students accepted into an inclusive fisheries 10-week internship offered by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration aimed at giving diverse talent hands-on experience in marine science.

../stories/2021/09/student-learns-from-noaa-scientists-during-summer-program.html

Student learns from NOAA scientists during summer program

Ava De Leon was one of only 15 students accepted into an inclusive fisheries 10-week internship offered by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration aimed at giving diverse talent hands-on experience in marine science.

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Psychologists: Masks do not impede preschoolers’ language development

A team of psychology researchers observed that young children produce the same amount of language whether or not they are wearing masks. Another finding showed that kids produce more complex speech sounds while wearing masks than without them.

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Psychologists: Masks do not impede preschoolers’ language development

A team of psychology researchers observed that young children produce the same amount of language whether or not they are wearing masks. Another finding showed that kids produce more complex speech sounds while wearing masks than without them.

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Psychologists: Masks do not impede preschoolers’ language development

A team of psychology researchers observed that young children produce the same amount of language whether or not they are wearing masks. Another finding showed that kids produce more complex speech sounds while wearing masks than without them.

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Researchers work to find strategies to produce seafood

The Rosenstiel School’s growing Aquaculture Program trains students to cultivate high-demand fish using techniques they develop and refine at the Experimental Fish Hatchery.

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Researchers work to find strategies to produce seafood

The Rosenstiel School’s growing Aquaculture Program trains students to cultivate high-demand fish using techniques they develop and refine at the Experimental Fish Hatchery.

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Researchers explore cancer risks at condo collapse

After the 12-story Champlain Towers South building suddenly crumbled in Surfside, Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Center’s Firefighter Cancer Initiative stepped up to protect rescue workers from health hazards.

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Researchers explore cancer risks at condo collapse

After the 12-story Champlain Towers South building suddenly crumbled in Surfside, Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Center’s Firefighter Cancer Initiative stepped up to protect rescue workers from health hazards.

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Researchers developing air quality sensors to detect COVID-19

Pratim Biswas, aerosol scientist and dean of the College of Engineering, is exploring ways to detect, track, and prevent transmission of the coronavirus.

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Researchers developing air quality sensors to detect COVID-19

Pratim Biswas, aerosol scientist and dean of the College of Engineering, is exploring ways to detect, track, and prevent transmission of the coronavirus.

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Miracle matter: Engineer creates concrete that heals itself

Ali Ghahremaninezhad’s self-healing concrete would eliminate the need for costly infrastructure repairs and help reduce greenhouse gas emissions.

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Biology graduate student surveys trees of the Southwestern Amazon

Riley Fortier is working to understand forest dynamics at the edge of the Amazon rainforest to see how the diverse, yet critical, ecosystem is faring today.

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Researchers awarded $3 million from National Institutes of Health

Guillermo “Willy” Prado, vice provost for faculty affairs, and his research team will use the money to roll out a parenting training program that has been in the making for 20 years—eHealth Familias Unidas for Mental Health—to 18 clinics across South Florida.

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Wastewater provides early detection of COVID-19

A team of researchers at the University of Miami are hoping to prevent coronavirus outbreaks on campus before they begin by monitoring wastewater.

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Wastewater provides early detection of COVID-19

A team of researchers at the University of Miami are hoping to prevent coronavirus outbreaks on campus before they begin by monitoring wastewater.

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'Jeopardy!' continues its long run with two new hosts

What game show has finally chosen permanent hosts? Mitchell Shapiro, professor in the School of Communication, reflects on the success of “Jeopardy!” and the selection of the new emcees.

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'Jeopardy!' continues its long run with two new hosts

What game show has finally chosen permanent hosts? Mitchell Shapiro, professor in the School of Communication, reflects on the success of “Jeopardy!” and the selection of the new emcees.

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Architecture student immerses herself in the latest technology

Olivia Schilling opens up about her experience working with the School of Architecture’s newest KUKA robotic fabrication technology—one of the largest among university robotic arms in the southeast.

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Architecture student immerses herself in the latest technology

Olivia Schilling opens up about her experience working with the School of Architecture’s newest KUKA robotic fabrication technology—one of the largest among university robotic arms in the southeast.

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Sophomore builds cryptocurrency mining rig

Computer engineering student Emnet Yebeltal teamed up with Miami Herbert Business School students for an interdisciplinary project in cryptocurrency mining—verifying transactions on the blockchain.

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Sophomore builds cryptocurrency mining rig

Computer engineering student Emnet Yebeltal teamed up with Miami Herbert Business School students for an interdisciplinary project in cryptocurrency mining—verifying transactions on the blockchain.

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Ph.D. student’s experience in weather patterns sparks interest in research

Rosenstiel School’s Mary Beth Arcodia bridges her love for astronomy and math to help better predict extreme weather events in the United States.

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Ph.D. student’s experience in weather patterns sparks interest in research

Rosenstiel School’s Mary Beth Arcodia bridges her love for astronomy and math to help better predict extreme weather events in the United States.

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Geography, economic level affect adaptation to extreme heat

Doctoral student Lynée Turek-Hankins is the lead author of a study that examines how different regions around the world respond and adapt to a warming climate.

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Geography, economic level affect adaptation to extreme heat

Doctoral student Lynée Turek-Hankins is the lead author of a study that examines how different regions around the world respond and adapt to a warming climate.

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Researcher examines extreme heat, multiple sclerosis link

Public health scientist Naresh Kumar found that clinical visits by multiple sclerosis patients to Veterans Affairs medical centers increased during months associated with warmer weather and high humidity.

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Researcher examines extreme heat, multiple sclerosis link

Public health scientist Naresh Kumar found that clinical visits by multiple sclerosis patients to Veterans Affairs medical centers increased during months associated with warmer weather and high humidity.

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