Research

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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‘All of Us’ research program marks successful first year

Led by the Miller School of Medicine, the southeast region has enrolled more than 14,000 volunteers in the national landmark study

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‘All of Us’ research program marks successful first year

Led by the Miller School of Medicine, the southeast region has enrolled more than 14,000 volunteers in the national landmark study

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‘All of Us’ research program marks successful first year

Led by the Miller School of Medicine, the southeast region has enrolled more than 14,000 volunteers in the national landmark study

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‘All of Us’ research program marks successful first year

Led by the Miller School of Medicine, the southeast region has enrolled more than 14,000 volunteers in the national landmark study

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Celebrating—and protecting—nature’s bounty

The University of Miami’s Natalie Barefoot is celebrating Thanksgiving week alongside orcas and humpback whales, as part of an all-women research expedition.

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Celebrating—and protecting—nature’s bounty

The University of Miami’s Natalie Barefoot is celebrating Thanksgiving week alongside orcas and humpback whales, as part of an all-women research expedition.

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Celebrating—and protecting—nature’s bounty

The University of Miami’s Natalie Barefoot is celebrating Thanksgiving week alongside orcas and humpback whales, as part of an all-women research expedition.

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The water woes of Venice

The northeastern Italian city, built in a lagoon and growing increasingly more susceptible to sea level rise, has experienced its worst flooding in 50 years.

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The water woes of Venice

The northeastern Italian city, built in a lagoon and growing increasingly more susceptible to sea level rise, has experienced its worst flooding in 50 years.

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On the front lines of the climate emergency

Climate scientist Katharine Mach is researching ways to adapt to our changing climate, including how people are being forced to retreat from areas becoming uninhabitable.

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On the front lines of the climate emergency

Climate scientist Katharine Mach is researching ways to adapt to our changing climate, including how people are being forced to retreat from areas becoming uninhabitable.

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Witnessing Bolivia’s power vacuum

Political scientist Calla Hummel, who was in Bolivia during its flawed election, shares her insights on President Evo Morales’ sudden resignation.

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Witnessing Bolivia’s power vacuum

Political scientist Calla Hummel, who was in Bolivia during its flawed election, shares her insights on President Evo Morales’ sudden resignation.

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Havana 500: School of Architecture hosts event to mark anniversary

The history of the Caribbean city will be examined during a two-day symposium this week featuring architecture and design experts.

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The 2019 Atlantic hurricane season is unforgettable

Two Category 5 storms and an unusual number of weak and short-lived storms characterize a season that still has three weeks to go.

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Expanding the horizons of environmental research

Supported by the Office of the Provost, the first Abess Scholars have wide latitude to bridge the gap between science and environmental policy.

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Experts to gather at the University of Miami for climate summit

The three-day event—Miami Climate Symposium 2020: Predicting and Living with Extremes—will explore the growing link between climate change and extreme weather events.

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Experts to gather at the University of Miami for climate summit

The three-day event—Miami Climate Symposium 2020: Predicting and Living with Extremes—will explore the growing link between climate change and extreme weather events.

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Innovative ideas wanted

The Office of the Provost is seeking proposals for projects that will harness Magic Leap technology to bolster learning or research.

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Innovative ideas wanted

The Office of the Provost is seeking proposals for projects that will harness Magic Leap technology to bolster learning or research.

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The future of flight

With technology developed at the University of Miami, aerospace engineer GeCheng Zha hopes to usher in a new era of urban air transportation.

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The future of flight

With technology developed at the University of Miami, aerospace engineer GeCheng Zha hopes to usher in a new era of urban air transportation.

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Microaggressions, HIV, and black women in Miami

Through Project MMAGIC, assistant professor of psychology Sannisha Dale will analyze how snide comments, insulting jokes, and reoccurring violence affect the health of black women living with HIV.

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Microaggressions, HIV, and black women in Miami

Through Project MMAGIC, assistant professor of psychology Sannisha Dale will analyze how snide comments, insulting jokes, and reoccurring violence affect the health of black women living with HIV.

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Examining Cuba and its diaspora

The University of Miami’s Cuban Heritage Collection will host its third New Directions in Cuban Studies Conference.

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Examining Cuba and its diaspora

The University of Miami’s Cuban Heritage Collection will host its third New Directions in Cuban Studies Conference.

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The impact of music

Frost School of Music faculty member Carlos Abril highlights how demographic characteristics influence enrollment in specific types of high school music courses.

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The impact of music

Frost School of Music faculty member Carlos Abril highlights how demographic characteristics influence enrollment in specific types of high school music courses.

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Turbo-charging the discovery process

Researchers at The Miami Project to Cure Paralysis pioneered the use of an “amazing microscope” to search for a drug that can repair spinal cord injuries.

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Turbo-charging the discovery process

Researchers at The Miami Project to Cure Paralysis pioneered the use of an “amazing microscope” to search for a drug that can repair spinal cord injuries.

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