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A UM study explores why they are leaving and how they acclimate to their new lands.


A Sinkhole to the Past

The University of Miami is hosting a full-day conference on the archeological significance of Little Salt Spring.

A Sinkhole to the Past

The University of Miami is hosting a full-day conference on the archeological significance of Little Salt Spring.

A Sinkhole to the Past

The University of Miami is hosting a full-day conference on the archeological significance of Little Salt Spring.


Advancing Scholarship across the Americas

The University of Miami Institute for Advanced Study of the Americas announces 11 seed grants for 23 faculty across the University.

Advancing Scholarship across the Americas

The University of Miami Institute for Advanced Study of the Americas announces 11 seed grants for 23 faculty across the University.


Advancing Interdisciplinary Research to Tackle Societal Problems

Five interdisciplinary teams are the inaugural recipients of grant funding from U-LINK—the UM Laboratory for INtegrative Knowledge.


Do You Know Numbers?

Numbers and the Making of Us by Caleb Everett, professor and chair of the University of Miami's Anthropology Department, named a “Top 10 Science Book”


Sea Hare Reveals Secrets about Learning

Study of the sea hare, with its far simpler nervous system and physiology, has taught us much about how we learn and remember, says Lynne Fieber, associate professor at RSMAS


UM Scientist Awarded Grant Aimed to Increase U.S. Aquaculture Production

The award is part of $9.3 million NOAA has slated to help spur the development and growth of shellfish, finfish and seaweed aquaculture businesses.


UM School of Education Receives $6.5 Million Grant

The grant will help Miami-Dade teachers engage students with diverse learning needs.


Celebrating Innovation and Creativity in Our Nation's Capital

From a game simulating how whales navigate to a tribute to Ella Fitzgerald, the U showcased some of its best talent and research at an ACC festival at the Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History.



Blues and Reds Game To Aid Research

A new mobile game called Blues and Reds, now available worldwide, aims to help researchers study interactive behavior.

Blues and Reds Game To Aid Research

A new mobile game called Blues and Reds, now available worldwide, aims to help researchers study interactive behavior.


A Global Pain Crisis

A major Lancet Commission report, a three-year project headed by UM’s Professor Felicia Knaul and co-authored by President Julio Frenk, finds almost 26 million people die suffering, most without a 3-cent morphine tablet that could alleviate their pain.

A Global Pain Crisis

A major Lancet Commission report, a three-year project headed by UM’s Professor Felicia Knaul and co-authored by President Julio Frenk, finds almost 26 million people die suffering, most without a 3-cent morphine tablet that could alleviate their pain.



UM to Welcome Scholars from Hurricane Hit Areas

The University of Miami is offering professors and graduate students a place to continue their work.

UM to Welcome Scholars from Hurricane Hit Areas

The University of Miami is offering professors and graduate students a place to continue their work.


The Psychological Impacts of Natural Disasters on Youth

Research examines new criteria for studying post-traumatic stress disorder better suited for children exposed to a natural disaster.

The Psychological Impacts of Natural Disasters on Youth

Research examines new criteria for studying post-traumatic stress disorder better suited for children exposed to a natural disaster.



New Forecast Model to Help Severe Weather Preparation

The two year project looks to improve forecast predictions that would look three to four weeks out, considered the “new frontier” in forecasting.

New Forecast Model to Help Severe Weather Preparation

The two year project looks to improve forecast predictions that would look three to four weeks out, considered the “new frontier” in forecasting.


All Aboard the Carbon Cruise

University of Miami students and researchers are blogging during a month-long expedition in the Gulf of Mexico to study ocean acidification.

All Aboard the Carbon Cruise

University of Miami students and researchers are blogging during a month-long expedition in the Gulf of Mexico to study ocean acidification.


Scientists Improve Forecast of Increasing Hazard on Ecuadorian Volcano

Researchers use a powerful technique known as Interferometric Synthetic Aperture Radar to show an increase in volcanic danger on Ecuador's Cotopaxi.

Scientists Improve Forecast of Increasing Hazard on Ecuadorian Volcano

Researchers use a powerful technique known as Interferometric Synthetic Aperture Radar to show an increase in volcanic danger on Ecuador's Cotopaxi.