Associate professors William Pestle and Kathleen Sullivan Sealey traveled with students over spring break to Puerto Rico and the Bahamas on research trips that delve into the effects of climate change.

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How do tornadoes and hurricanes compare?

In the aftermath of the powerful tornado that devastated a rural Alabama community, a UM storm expert sheds light on the destructive nature of tornadoes and details how they differ from hurricanes.

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How do tornadoes and hurricanes compare?

In the aftermath of the powerful tornado that devastated a rural Alabama community, a UM storm expert sheds light on the destructive nature of tornadoes and details how they differ from hurricanes.

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How do tornadoes and hurricanes compare?

In the aftermath of the powerful tornado that devastated a rural Alabama community, a UM storm expert sheds light on the destructive nature of tornadoes and details how they differ from hurricanes.

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How do tornadoes and hurricanes compare?

In the aftermath of the powerful tornado that devastated a rural Alabama community, a UM storm expert sheds light on the destructive nature of tornadoes and details how they differ from hurricanes.

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Solving Miami-Dade’s affordable housing shortage with LAND

A new tool developed by the University of Miami with support from Citi Community Development has identified thousands of vacant parcels of public land that could be used for affordable housing.

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Solving Miami-Dade’s affordable housing shortage with LAND

A new tool developed by the University of Miami with support from Citi Community Development has identified thousands of vacant parcels of public land that could be used for affordable housing.

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Solving Miami-Dade’s affordable housing shortage with LAND

A new tool developed by the University of Miami with support from Citi Community Development has identified thousands of vacant parcels of public land that could be used for affordable housing.

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In search of hidden worlds

Every other Sunday evening, the Foote University Green is transformed into a makeshift observatory by a dedicated group of students. They are the Astronomy Club.

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In search of hidden worlds

Every other Sunday evening, the Foote University Green is transformed into a makeshift observatory by a dedicated group of students. They are the Astronomy Club.

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A mission for Mars

Aerospace engineer Victoria Coverstone is devising a way to protect astronauts from harmful radiation on the Red Planet.

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A mission for Mars

Aerospace engineer Victoria Coverstone is devising a way to protect astronauts from harmful radiation on the Red Planet.

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Highlighting inquiry at the U

The first annual Graduate and Postdoctoral Research Symposium on March 7 will allow more than 60 presenters to share their projects with the UM community.

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Highlighting inquiry at the U

The first annual Graduate and Postdoctoral Research Symposium on March 7 will allow more than 60 presenters to share their projects with the UM community.

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Assessing sunscreen ban in Key West

UM experts react to a new ban that prohibits people in Key West from using certain types of sunscreens that carry two chemicals believed to be harmful to coral reefs.

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Capturing attention through inquiry

Architecture student Konstantina Kritharidou’s design for a movable observatory that would sit atop a Patagonian glacier earned her the top spot in the Graduate School’s Three Minute Thesis Competition.

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Hope on the horizon

Gene therapy paves way for a potential cure to sickle cell disease.

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Career advice on demand

More students are taking advantage of career advising available at the Toppel Career Center without a wait.

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Career advice on demand

More students are taking advantage of career advising available at the Toppel Career Center without a wait.

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Thomas P. Murphy Design Studio Building nominated for ‘Building of the Year’

Public voting will determine the winner of the contest sponsored by World-Architects, a prestigious industry network of architects and builders.

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Thomas P. Murphy Design Studio Building nominated for ‘Building of the Year’

Public voting will determine the winner of the contest sponsored by World-Architects, a prestigious industry network of architects and builders.

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Building a smarter city

The University of Miami brings together leaders in academia, professional practice, and industry to examine cities of the future.

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Building a smarter city

The University of Miami brings together leaders in academia, professional practice, and industry to examine cities of the future.

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What does the spike in U.S. greenhouse gas emissions mean?

University of Miami experts weigh in on the largest increase in carbon emissions in eight years.

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What does the spike in U.S. greenhouse gas emissions mean?

University of Miami experts weigh in on the largest increase in carbon emissions in eight years.

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Does seismic blasting harm marine life?

UM experts weigh in on the effects of air gun blasting during oil and gas exploration in the Atlantic Ocean.

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Does seismic blasting harm marine life?

UM experts weigh in on the effects of air gun blasting during oil and gas exploration in the Atlantic Ocean.

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Using architecture to address global issues

Students in a School of Architecture design studio addressed some of Miami’s most intractable problems through the built environment.

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Using architecture to address global issues

Students in a School of Architecture design studio addressed some of Miami’s most intractable problems through the built environment.

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Findings from Havana embassy phenomenon

A UM medical team has released the first report of acute symptoms and clinical findings in 25 personnel living in the U.S. Embassy in Havana.

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Findings from Havana embassy phenomenon

A UM medical team has released the first report of acute symptoms and clinical findings in 25 personnel living in the U.S. Embassy in Havana.

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