Science and Technology

A University of Miami scientist is awarded a Pew grant to study coral reef restoration in the Caribbean.

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New degree prepares students for the world of big data

Offered this fall, the Master of Science in Data Science will tailor its curriculum for multiple fields.

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New degree prepares students for the world of big data

Offered this fall, the Master of Science in Data Science will tailor its curriculum for multiple fields.

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New degree prepares students for the world of big data

Offered this fall, the Master of Science in Data Science will tailor its curriculum for multiple fields.

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New degree prepares students for the world of big data

Offered this fall, the Master of Science in Data Science will tailor its curriculum for multiple fields.

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Are COVID-19 shutdowns teaching us how to reverse the effects of climate change?

In the wake of measures instituted to stop the spread of the pandemic across the globe, emission levels and air pollution have declined in cities hit hard by the virus.

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Are COVID-19 shutdowns teaching us how to reverse the effects of climate change?

In the wake of measures instituted to stop the spread of the pandemic across the globe, emission levels and air pollution have declined in cities hit hard by the virus.

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Are COVID-19 shutdowns teaching us how to reverse the effects of climate change?

In the wake of measures instituted to stop the spread of the pandemic across the globe, emission levels and air pollution have declined in cities hit hard by the virus.

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COVID-19 spurs need for a boost in cyber hygiene

A University of Miami cybersecurity lecturer provides a few tips to ensure a positive and safe computing experience.

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COVID-19 spurs need for a boost in cyber hygiene

A University of Miami cybersecurity lecturer provides a few tips to ensure a positive and safe computing experience.

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Graduate student studies rivers in the skies

Long, narrow regions in the sky, atmospheric rivers transport most of the water vapor outside of the tropics and can pack a powerful punch.

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Graduate student studies rivers in the skies

Long, narrow regions in the sky, atmospheric rivers transport most of the water vapor outside of the tropics and can pack a powerful punch.

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Researcher analyzes how our changing climate is impacting reptiles, amphibians

Professor Chris Searcy is studying the effects of climate change on Everglades wildlife, as well as imperiled reptiles and amphibians throughout the nation.

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Researcher analyzes how our changing climate is impacting reptiles, amphibians

Professor Chris Searcy is studying the effects of climate change on Everglades wildlife, as well as imperiled reptiles and amphibians throughout the nation.

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‘Water insecurity’ may prompt migration

Professor Justin Stoler led a workshop to examine how people’s decisions to migrate may be linked to their access to water and accelerated by climate change.

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Chemists create new artificial enzyme

Designed at the University of Miami, the triple-stranded molecule may help put chemistry’s holy grail in reach.

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Researchers, clinicians, and scientists to explore climate’s impact on human health

Climate’s influence on children’s health, the delivery of health care, and policies to mitigate its effects are just some of the topics that will be explored at the one-day Climate and Health Symposium at the University of Miami.

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Ecologist has a passion for tropical trees

Mauro Galetti, the new arboretum director and associate professor, is a conservation ecologist with more than a decade of experience researching the rainforests.

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Ecologist has a passion for tropical trees

Mauro Galetti, the new arboretum director and associate professor, is a conservation ecologist with more than a decade of experience researching the rainforests.

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Nursing students leap into the future

From simulating fires in the operating room to incivility in the workplace, the School of Nursing and Health Studies is an enthusiastic testing ground for Magic Leap technology.

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Nursing students leap into the future

From simulating fires in the operating room to incivility in the workplace, the School of Nursing and Health Studies is an enthusiastic testing ground for Magic Leap technology.

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Here’s a Sea Secret: Underwater photo contest open for entries

Due to the continually evolving situation with the COVID-19 pandemic, the Sea Secrets lectures have been cancelled, but the Rosenstiel School's annual underwater photo contest is still accepting entries.

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Here’s a Sea Secret: Underwater photo contest open for entries

Due to the continually evolving situation with the COVID-19 pandemic, the Sea Secrets lectures have been cancelled, but the Rosenstiel School's annual underwater photo contest is still accepting entries.

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A champion for needle exchange programs

Hansel Tookes, alumnus and assistant professor of medicine, will share his story of success at the Graduate and Postdoctoral Research Symposium next week.

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A champion for needle exchange programs

Hansel Tookes, alumnus and assistant professor of medicine, will share his story of success at the Graduate and Postdoctoral Research Symposium next week.

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Scientists are utilizing new methods to help restore the Florida Reef Tract

Faculty and student researchers are experimenting with new techniques and materials to replant corals grown at University of Miami nurseries.

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Scientists are utilizing new methods to help restore the Florida Reef Tract

Faculty and student researchers are experimenting with new techniques and materials to replant corals grown at University of Miami nurseries.

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New facial recognition software ‘scrapes’ inventory from social media

University of Miami students and professors discuss the issues surrounding Clearview AI, a new software program used by police around the nation.

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New facial recognition software ‘scrapes’ inventory from social media

University of Miami students and professors discuss the issues surrounding Clearview AI, a new software program used by police around the nation.

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Defending nature is lawyer’s passion

Environmental attorney Jessica Owley brings a range of experience in climate change law to the School of Law faculty.

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Defending nature is lawyer’s passion

Environmental attorney Jessica Owley brings a range of experience in climate change law to the School of Law faculty.

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