Research

The series—which will feature experts discussing their groundbreaking research on corals, ocean and atmospheric science, and how climate change is forcing communities to alter their long-range plans—will begin this week.

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Scholars examine the mob mentality

The Jan. 6 Capitol insurrection has given social scientists and psychologists another example to examine the behavior and actions of groups.

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Scholars examine the mob mentality

The Jan. 6 Capitol insurrection has given social scientists and psychologists another example to examine the behavior and actions of groups.

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Scholars examine the mob mentality

The Jan. 6 Capitol insurrection has given social scientists and psychologists another example to examine the behavior and actions of groups.

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Scholars examine the mob mentality

The Jan. 6 Capitol insurrection has given social scientists and psychologists another example to examine the behavior and actions of groups.

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Scholars link diet, dentition, and linguistics

In a new study that scrutinized the speech patterns of Freddie Mercury, Michael Phelps, and other celebrities, University of Miami researchers offer insights on how diet ultimately reshapes language.

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Scholars link diet, dentition, and linguistics

In a new study that scrutinized the speech patterns of Freddie Mercury, Michael Phelps, and other celebrities, University of Miami researchers offer insights on how diet ultimately reshapes language.

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Scholars link diet, dentition, and linguistics

In a new study that scrutinized the speech patterns of Freddie Mercury, Michael Phelps, and other celebrities, University of Miami researchers offer insights on how diet ultimately reshapes language.

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Symposium to explore climate change in the Caribbean, South Florida

The multidisciplinary forum in April will explore lessons learned from the regions. There is a call for papers to be presented, but abstracts must be submitted by Jan. 17.

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Symposium to explore climate change in the Caribbean, South Florida

The multidisciplinary forum in April will explore lessons learned from the regions. There is a call for papers to be presented, but abstracts must be submitted by Jan. 17.

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Professor emerita to examine ‘speech acts’ in three countries

Arlene Clachar has been selected by the U.S. Department of State for a prestigious English language specialist assignment that will include the United States, Uzbekistan, and Russia.

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Professor emerita to examine ‘speech acts’ in three countries

Arlene Clachar has been selected by the U.S. Department of State for a prestigious English language specialist assignment that will include the United States, Uzbekistan, and Russia.

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Language, cultural identity can affect pain

A new study out of the University of Miami suggests that the language a bilingual person speaks can affect their physical sensations, depending on the cultural association tied to each vernacular.

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Language, cultural identity can affect pain

A new study out of the University of Miami suggests that the language a bilingual person speaks can affect their physical sensations, depending on the cultural association tied to each vernacular.

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Graduate student shares her passion for protecting sea turtles

Leyna Stemle aided in a study that is examining whether attaching green LED lights to fishing nets in Ghana helps keep sea turtles from being entangled in the nets.

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HIV researchers, advocates take their fight to the street

As the world observes the 32nd annual World AIDS Day, a University of Miami team is shining a bright light on a neighborhood initiative to curtail the epidemic.

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Scanning electron microscope opens new avenues of research

With the acquisition of the new instrument and an accompanying nanoindenter, studies at the College of Engineering are entering a new and advanced era of materials characterization.

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StoryMap illuminates impacts of Miami’s historic racial segregation

A project on race, housing, and displacement in Miami connects past patterns of discrimination to modern disparities.

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StoryMap illuminates impacts of Miami’s historic racial segregation

A project on race, housing, and displacement in Miami connects past patterns of discrimination to modern disparities.

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University of Miami, NOAA launch one-of-a-kind collaboration

The University of Miami-NOAA Cooperative Institute for Marine and Atmospheric Studies will advance research in areas such as weather and climate observations, ecosystem science, and the restoration of marine resources.

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University of Miami, NOAA launch one-of-a-kind collaboration

The University of Miami-NOAA Cooperative Institute for Marine and Atmospheric Studies will advance research in areas such as weather and climate observations, ecosystem science, and the restoration of marine resources.

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U-LINK connects the dots with school-based forums

The Frost School of Music will host the inaugural U-LINK event highlighting faculty research on a common theme.

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U-LINK connects the dots with school-based forums

The Frost School of Music will host the inaugural U-LINK event highlighting faculty research on a common theme.

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Hearing test may detect autism in newborns

University of Miami and Harvard Medical School researchers are tweaking a standard hearing test to help detect autism at a very early age.

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Hearing test may detect autism in newborns

University of Miami and Harvard Medical School researchers are tweaking a standard hearing test to help detect autism at a very early age.

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Doctors share how they tackle pancreatic cancer at Sylvester

In the wake of game show host Alex Trebek’s passing, doctors at Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Center, part of the University of Miami Leonard M. Miller School of Medicine, explain the ongoing research being performed to help treat pancreatic cancer patients.

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Doctors share how they tackle pancreatic cancer at Sylvester

In the wake of game show host Alex Trebek’s passing, doctors at Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Center, part of the University of Miami Leonard M. Miller School of Medicine, explain the ongoing research being performed to help treat pancreatic cancer patients.

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Data scientists gather ‘chaos into something organized’

The University of Miami’s Institute for Data Science and Computing will host a lecture series to describe this emerging profession.

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Data scientists gather ‘chaos into something organized’

The University of Miami’s Institute for Data Science and Computing will host a lecture series to describe this emerging profession.

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Sociologists dispel the ‘bad apple’ excuse for racialized policing

In the first study of its kind, University of Miami researchers find that police exhibit significantly higher levels of anti-Black biases than the general public.

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Sociologists dispel the ‘bad apple’ excuse for racialized policing

In the first study of its kind, University of Miami researchers find that police exhibit significantly higher levels of anti-Black biases than the general public.

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