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A cohort of five religious leaders from Miami, including a rabbi and imam from the University of Miami, attended the American Peace Caravan in Morocco in October to promote peace and understanding.


UM Dedicates Game-Changing 3D Lab

New College of Engineering-Johnson & Johnson 3D Printing Center of Excellence Collaborative Laboratory will be a hub for innovation and collaboration.

UM Dedicates Game-Changing 3D Lab

New College of Engineering-Johnson & Johnson 3D Printing Center of Excellence Collaborative Laboratory will be a hub for innovation and collaboration.

UM Dedicates Game-Changing 3D Lab

New College of Engineering-Johnson & Johnson 3D Printing Center of Excellence Collaborative Laboratory will be a hub for innovation and collaboration.


Celebrating Innovation and Creativity in Our Nation's Capital

From a game simulating how whales navigate to a tribute to Ella Fitzgerald, the U showcased some of its best talent and research at an ACC festival at the Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History.

Celebrating Innovation and Creativity in Our Nation's Capital

From a game simulating how whales navigate to a tribute to Ella Fitzgerald, the U showcased some of its best talent and research at an ACC festival at the Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History.


Mapathon Aims to Aid Relief

Universities across the country are working on updating maps of disaster areas to speed relief efforts to impacted areas.


Millions Left in Dark After Irma

With power knocked out for millions of people throughout Florida after Hurricane Irma, does putting power lines underground make sense.


The Psychological Impacts of Natural Disasters on Youth

Research examines new criteria for studying post-traumatic stress disorder better suited for children exposed to a natural disaster.


New Forecast Model to Help Severe Weather Preparation

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


Data Science Computes Bright Futures for Miami’s At-Risk Youth

UM’s Center for Computational Science partnered with teens from Miami to prepare for careers in computational science.


Celestial Event Adds Flare to First Day of Classes

Students and faculty gathered at the Rock to catch a glimpse of the solar eclipse.



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.


Empowering People through Technology

Global Sigma, a UM student organization founded by Harold Tapamo, has donated refurbished computers to Syrian refugee families living in Miami-Dade.

Empowering People through Technology

Global Sigma, a UM student organization founded by Harold Tapamo, has donated refurbished computers to Syrian refugee families living in Miami-Dade.



The Data Machine

Value in the Era of Analytics

The Data Machine

Value in the Era of Analytics


Wonder Women of Science

UM female scientists share some insight on women in science, science in Hollywood and how Wonder Woman is an icon of strength and smarts.

Wonder Women of Science

UM female scientists share some insight on women in science, science in Hollywood and how Wonder Woman is an icon of strength and smarts.



Innovation Is a Contact Sport

President Julio Frenk makes the case for collaboration at eMerge Americas.

Innovation Is a Contact Sport

President Julio Frenk makes the case for collaboration at eMerge Americas.


eMerge Americas Dissects Future of Innovation

UM College of Engineering Dean Jean-Pierre Bardet and alumnus Rony Abovitz share the stage in a discussion moderated by Knight Foundation’s Matt Haggman.

eMerge Americas Dissects Future of Innovation

UM College of Engineering Dean Jean-Pierre Bardet and alumnus Rony Abovitz share the stage in a discussion moderated by Knight Foundation’s Matt Haggman.


From Environmental Sensors to Climate-Proof Corals

UM showcases its technology initiatives and projects at eMerge Americas

From Environmental Sensors to Climate-Proof Corals

UM showcases its technology initiatives and projects at eMerge Americas


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