Science and Technology

A new five-day immersive course in the School of Law gave students insight into the massive state and federal project.

https://news.miami.edu/stories/2024/02/swamp-trips-prime-students-on-everglades-restoration.html


‘Cone of uncertainty’ graphic to feature more information

University researchers explain why the revamped graphic, to be unveiled this hurricane season, will better aid residents.

https://news.miami.edu/stories/2024/02/cone-of-uncertainty-graphic-to-feature-more-information.html

‘Cone of uncertainty’ graphic to feature more information

University researchers explain why the revamped graphic, to be unveiled this hurricane season, will better aid residents.

https://news.miami.edu/stories/2024/02/cone-of-uncertainty-graphic-to-feature-more-information.html

‘Cone of uncertainty’ graphic to feature more information

University researchers explain why the revamped graphic, to be unveiled this hurricane season, will better aid residents.

https://news.miami.edu/stories/2024/02/cone-of-uncertainty-graphic-to-feature-more-information.html

‘Cone of uncertainty’ graphic to feature more information

University researchers explain why the revamped graphic, to be unveiled this hurricane season, will better aid residents.

https://news.miami.edu/stories/2024/02/cone-of-uncertainty-graphic-to-feature-more-information.html


Bringing the world’s wonders into the classroom

A new art history course offered each fall takes students on a virtual tour of ancient wonders, across the world, like the Colosseum in Rome and the Acropolis Complex in Greece.

https://news.miami.edu/stories/2024/01/bringing-the-worlds-wonders-into-the-classroom.html

Bringing the world’s wonders into the classroom

A new art history course offered each fall takes students on a virtual tour of ancient wonders, across the world, like the Colosseum in Rome and the Acropolis Complex in Greece.

https://news.miami.edu/stories/2024/01/bringing-the-worlds-wonders-into-the-classroom.html

Bringing the world’s wonders into the classroom

A new art history course offered each fall takes students on a virtual tour of ancient wonders, across the world, like the Colosseum in Rome and the Acropolis Complex in Greece.

https://news.miami.edu/stories/2024/01/bringing-the-worlds-wonders-into-the-classroom.html


No ‘free ride’ for surging OpenAI

A cascade of lawsuits is seeking compensation from OpenAI for culling copyrighted data and information. University experts assess the impact of the pending legal rulings on the fast-rising technology.

https://news.miami.edu/stories/2024/01/no-free-ride-for-surging-openai.html

No ‘free ride’ for surging OpenAI

A cascade of lawsuits is seeking compensation from OpenAI for culling copyrighted data and information. University experts assess the impact of the pending legal rulings on the fast-rising technology.

https://news.miami.edu/stories/2024/01/no-free-ride-for-surging-openai.html


Student’s Herculean research efforts power the materials race for light and strong carbon fibers

College of Engineering student Neyton Baltodano Jr. is helping to perfect the 3D-printing process for short carbon fiber materials that could ramp up the safety of the aeronautics industry.

https://news.miami.edu/stories/2024/01/students-herculean-research-efforts-power-the-materials-race-for-light-and-strong-carbon-fibers.html

Student’s Herculean research efforts power the materials race for light and strong carbon fibers

College of Engineering student Neyton Baltodano Jr. is helping to perfect the 3D-printing process for short carbon fiber materials that could ramp up the safety of the aeronautics industry.

https://news.miami.edu/stories/2024/01/students-herculean-research-efforts-power-the-materials-race-for-light-and-strong-carbon-fibers.html


Blimp takes flight

Aerosol scientists at the College of Engineering are taking their research beyond conventional ground-level assessments.

https://news.miami.edu/stories/2024/01/blimp-takes-flight.html

Blimp takes flight

Aerosol scientists at the College of Engineering are taking their research beyond conventional ground-level assessments.

https://news.miami.edu/stories/2024/01/blimp-takes-flight.html


The flamingos’ triumphant return

Researchers and birdwatchers alike are celebrating the reappearance of more wild flamingos in the Sunshine State.

https://news.miami.edu/stories/2024/01/the-flamingos-triumphant-return.html


Blimp takes flight to capture atmospheric aerosols

Researchers at the College of Engineering and Miami-based smart balloons company Alta Systems launched a tethered blimp over the Coral Gables Campus to collect first-of-its-kind data on aerosol particles in Miami.

https://news.miami.edu/stories/2024/01/blimp-takes-flight-to-analyze-atmospheric-aerosols.html


Researchers trace the health of coral reefs through tiny organisms

A National Science Foundation grant is helping University of Miami students and faculty members to investigate the health of global coral reefs by looking at the remains of foraminifera, single-celled organisms, that live near them.

https://news.miami.edu/stories/2023/12/researchers-trace-the-health-of-coral-reefs-through-tiny-organisms.html



Panamanian island is being swallowed by the sea

Gardi Sugdub, a small island in the San Blas archipelago off Panama’s northern Caribbean coast, is disappearing because of climate-change-induced sea level rise. A University of Miami researcher is documenting the planned relocation of its residents to the mainland.

https://news.miami.edu/stories/2023/12/panamanian-island-is-being-swallowed-by-the-sea.html

Panamanian island is being swallowed by the sea

Gardi Sugdub, a small island in the San Blas archipelago off Panama’s northern Caribbean coast, is disappearing because of climate-change-induced sea level rise. A University of Miami researcher is documenting the planned relocation of its residents to the mainland.

https://news.miami.edu/stories/2023/12/panamanian-island-is-being-swallowed-by-the-sea.html


Dispatches from Dubai

University of Miami students are in Dubai for the 28th United Nations Climate Change Conference. They are filing regular dispatches, providing the University community with a behind-the-scenes look at the summit.

https://news.miami.edu/stories/2023/12/dispatches-from-dubai.html

Dispatches from Dubai

University of Miami students are in Dubai for the 28th United Nations Climate Change Conference. They are filing regular dispatches, providing the University community with a behind-the-scenes look at the summit.

https://news.miami.edu/stories/2023/12/dispatches-from-dubai.html



Scientist forges a new path in marine conservation

Rebecca Gruby, an expert in ocean conservation policy, was appointed an endowed chair at the Rosenstiel School of Marine, Atmospheric, and Earth Science and is set to lead its newest endeavor, the Robert K. Johnson Center for Marine Conservation.

https://news.miami.edu/stories/2023/12/scientist-forges-a-new-path-in-marine-conservation.html

Scientist forges a new path in marine conservation

Rebecca Gruby, an expert in ocean conservation policy, was appointed an endowed chair at the Rosenstiel School of Marine, Atmospheric, and Earth Science and is set to lead its newest endeavor, the Robert K. Johnson Center for Marine Conservation.

https://news.miami.edu/stories/2023/12/scientist-forges-a-new-path-in-marine-conservation.html


What I am watching for at COP28

Michael Berkowitz, who heads up the University’s Climate Resilience Academy, is in Dubai for the United Nation’s 28th Conference of the Parties, the climate summit commonly referred to as COP28. Here’s what’s important to him.

https://news.miami.edu/stories/2023/12/what-i-am-watching-for-at-cop28.html

What I am watching for at COP28

Michael Berkowitz, who heads up the University’s Climate Resilience Academy, is in Dubai for the United Nation’s 28th Conference of the Parties, the climate summit commonly referred to as COP28. Here’s what’s important to him.

https://news.miami.edu/stories/2023/12/what-i-am-watching-for-at-cop28.html



Six students use computing power to tackle complex problems

Thanks to the new Provost’s Fellowship in Interdisciplinary Computing, several graduate students are able to devote their full attention to cutting-edge research projects in their chosen subject areas.

https://news.miami.edu/stories/2023/11/six-students-use-computing-power-to-tackle-complex-problems.html

Six students use computing power to tackle complex problems

Thanks to the new Provost’s Fellowship in Interdisciplinary Computing, several graduate students are able to devote their full attention to cutting-edge research projects in their chosen subject areas.

https://news.miami.edu/stories/2023/11/six-students-use-computing-power-to-tackle-complex-problems.html


Students, faculty members participate at UN climate talks

From participating on a panel about nature-based strategies to mitigate sea level rise to developing a policy brief on ‘‘blue food,’’ University of Miami students and faculty members are front and center at the 28th annual Conference of the Parties, also known as COP28.

https://news.miami.edu/stories/2023/11/students-faculty-members-participate-at-un-climate-talks.html

Students, faculty members participate at UN climate talks

From participating on a panel about nature-based strategies to mitigate sea level rise to developing a policy brief on ‘‘blue food,’’ University of Miami students and faculty members are front and center at the 28th annual Conference of the Parties, also known as COP28.

https://news.miami.edu/stories/2023/11/students-faculty-members-participate-at-un-climate-talks.html


Construction apprenticeship builds better workforce

The College of Engineering is a partner in a new workforce development and training program that combines on-the-job experience at construction sites with classroom instruction to help fast-track workers into managerial positions, helping to fill a critical gap in the industry.

https://news.miami.edu/stories/2023/11/construction-apprenticeship-builds-better-workforce.html

Construction apprenticeship builds better workforce

The College of Engineering is a partner in a new workforce development and training program that combines on-the-job experience at construction sites with classroom instruction to help fast-track workers into managerial positions, helping to fill a critical gap in the industry.

https://news.miami.edu/stories/2023/11/construction-apprenticeship-builds-better-workforce.html


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