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The two year project looks to improve forecast predictions that would look three to four weeks out, considered the “new frontier” in forecasting.


All Aboard the Carbon Cruise

University of Miami students and researchers are blogging during a month-long expedition in the Gulf of Mexico to study ocean acidification.

All Aboard the Carbon Cruise

University of Miami students and researchers are blogging during a month-long expedition in the Gulf of Mexico to study ocean acidification.

All Aboard the Carbon Cruise

University of Miami students and researchers are blogging during a month-long expedition in the Gulf of Mexico to study ocean acidification.


Scientists Improve Forecast of Increasing Hazard on Ecuadorian Volcano

Researchers use a powerful technique known as Interferometric Synthetic Aperture Radar to show an increase in volcanic danger on Ecuador's Cotopaxi.

Scientists Improve Forecast of Increasing Hazard on Ecuadorian Volcano

Researchers use a powerful technique known as Interferometric Synthetic Aperture Radar to show an increase in volcanic danger on Ecuador's Cotopaxi.


From Environmental Sensors to Climate-Proof Corals

UM showcases its technology initiatives and projects at eMerge Americas


Building Mental Toughness Off the Field

A new study reveals that mindfulness training, but not relaxation training, benefits college athletes' attention. Practice engagement and program adherence are key.


Science as Diplomacy

The Rosenstiel School’s final lecture of the 2017 Sea Secrets series focused on using science diplomacy to bring marine science together in the U.S. and Cuba and was held at the new Frost Science Museum.


Scientists Study Atmospheric Waves Radiating out of Hurricanes

Researchers believe they have found a new way to monitor the intensity and location of hurricanes from hundreds of miles away by detecting atmospheric waves radiating from the centers of these powerful storms.


Truths and Answers about the Amazon

A recent paper argues that not only have researchers just scratched the surface of analyzing the Amazon, but the plots of land that are analyzed may have biases that are not accounted for.


University of Miami to Begin Phase 2 Zika Vaccine Trial

Multi-site study will evaluate NIH’s experimental DNA vaccine.



Sub-Second System Seizures

UM physicist studies the unexpected consequences of sub-second delays on fast-moving data systems

Sub-Second System Seizures

UM physicist studies the unexpected consequences of sub-second delays on fast-moving data systems


Mothers and Infants Connect Through Song

Research from the Frost School of Music provides insight into the importance of song for both mothers and infants.

Mothers and Infants Connect Through Song

Research from the Frost School of Music provides insight into the importance of song for both mothers and infants.



Cuba Water Hassles

An interdisciplinary study at UM is looking at how Cubans on the island cope with water issues that result in health and hygiene concerns.

Cuba Water Hassles

An interdisciplinary study at UM is looking at how Cubans on the island cope with water issues that result in health and hygiene concerns.


It All Adds Up

UM’s Mathematics Department is involved in research that cuts across disciplines and real-world issues – sometimes with a hemispheric focus.

It All Adds Up

UM’s Mathematics Department is involved in research that cuts across disciplines and real-world issues – sometimes with a hemispheric focus.



Spotlight on Coral Bleaching

New high-resolution model predictions of annual coral bleaching can help prioritize reefs for conservation.

Spotlight on Coral Bleaching

New high-resolution model predictions of annual coral bleaching can help prioritize reefs for conservation.


Unique Adaptations Help Ducks Thrive in the Andes

An international group of biologists discover how torrent ducks manage to thrive in low-oxygen environments.

Unique Adaptations Help Ducks Thrive in the Andes

An international group of biologists discover how torrent ducks manage to thrive in low-oxygen environments.


UMIA Celebrates New Name and New Home

With welcome remarks from Director Dr. Felicia Marie Knaul, Dean Leonidas Bachas, and President Julio Frenk, the Pick Hall location of the institute was officially inaugurated to become a research hub of the University on hemispheric issues.

UMIA Celebrates New Name and New Home

With welcome remarks from Director Dr. Felicia Marie Knaul, Dean Leonidas Bachas, and President Julio Frenk, the Pick Hall location of the institute was officially inaugurated to become a research hub of the University on hemispheric issues.


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