Topic: Research

A busy Atlantic hurricane season looms

Warm ocean temperatures combined with neutral El Niño conditions could make this hurricane season one of the most active on record. And then there is the COVID-19 pandemic.

A busy Atlantic hurricane season looms

Warm ocean temperatures combined with neutral El Niño conditions could make this hurricane season one of the most active on record. And then there is the COVID-19 pandemic.


Survey analyzes frontline health care workers’ stress

Guerda Nicolas, a professor of the School of Education and Human Development, created the research that aims to reveal the strain faced and help provide a remedy.

Survey analyzes frontline health care workers’ stress

Guerda Nicolas, a professor of the School of Education and Human Development, created the research that aims to reveal the strain faced and help provide a remedy.



UM Faculty Turn to Tech to Help Diagnose Parkinson’s Disease

Renowned Faculty Make Groundbreaking Finds with a Xbox Kinect

UM Faculty Turn to Tech to Help Diagnose Parkinson’s Disease

Renowned Faculty Make Groundbreaking Finds with a Xbox Kinect



UM students awarded prestigious NSF Graduate Research Fellowships

Students awarded two of only four fellowships nationwide in Physical and Dynamical Meteorology

UM students awarded prestigious NSF Graduate Research Fellowships

Students awarded two of only four fellowships nationwide in Physical and Dynamical Meteorology




Research shows less pollution in Key Biscayne beach after shutdown

Levels of bacteria dropped only days after the COVID-19 pandemic forced the closure of recreational waters, leading University of Miami investigators to speculate that beachgoers were the source of the contamination.

Research shows less pollution in Key Biscayne beach after shutdown

Levels of bacteria dropped only days after the COVID-19 pandemic forced the closure of recreational waters, leading University of Miami investigators to speculate that beachgoers were the source of the contamination.