2 hrs ago
Northwest Florida Daily News
Outdoors show host lends a hand in study
Don't let his pretty face fool you, Gary Finch has been in Okaloosa County this week on deadly serious business.
3 hrs ago
South Floridians Inspired by Pope Francis
Pope Francis is not only the first Latin American Pope, but he is also the first Jesuit Pope, who focuses on evangelization, education, research and missionary efforts.
7 hrs ago
The Miami Herald
Health officials: Kids not in danger from parks' contaminated soil
State health workers, backed by a team of doctors from the University of Miami, insisted at a community meeting Tuesday that contaminated soil at a popular park in Coconut Grove does not pose a health risk to children or adults.
12 hrs ago
Bascom Palmer Eye Institute launches major Naples expansion
The University of Miami's Bascom Palmer Eye Institute has big expansion plans in Naples.
17 hrs ago
Why do novelists love affairs between professors and students?
Earlier this year, Colin McGinn, a philosophy professor at the University of Miami with a reputation for erudition and arrogance, resigned in disgrace.
Tue Dec 10, 2013
WJHG-TV Panama City
University of Miami Research Group is part of 10 Year Program.
When hundreds of millions of gallons of oil spilled into the gulf in 2010, researchers were not sure what was going to happen to it.
Mon Dec 09, 2013
The Miami Herald
Longtime high school teacher Evelyn Counts dies in Coconut Grove
Longtime Miami-Dade school educator Evelyn Counts, who taught English and reading at George Washington Carver and Coral Gables high schools, died last week at her Coconut Grove home.
TVGN (TV Guide Network) Appoints David Mandell Executive Vice President and General Counsel
Mandell, who has held top legal executive roles at Mandalay Digital Group and Gemstar-TV Guide, will oversee all legal matters for TVGN, reporting to Dennis Miller, President of Operations, TVGN and Brad Schwartz, President of Entertainment and Media, TVGN.
Political science department relocates to renovated art building
The political science department has a new home in the renovated art building behind the Memorial Building, along with the departments of international studies and geography.
Sun Dec 08, 2013
Administrator recognized for community engagement efforts
Robin Bachin, founder of the Office of Civic and Community Engagement, was awarded Florida Campus Compact's 2013 Community Engagement Educator Award for her involvement within the greater Miami community on Nov. 7. "I was pleasantly surprised when my name was announced," she said.
Sat Dec 07, 2013
Program helps minorities access sciences
Growing up in southern Florida, AJ Perez was an accomplished student with dreams of attending an elite college.
The Miami Herald
Give the gift of volunteering this holiday season
At this time of the year, many of us are thinking about the kinds of gifts we will get for our loved ones.
The Miami Herald
Meetings set for Biscayne National Park's general management plan
Boaters, anglers and divers are reminded that three public hearings will be held this week on the revised draft alternatives for Biscayne National Park's general management plan.
The Weekly Standard
Generation Opportunity Takes - Opt-Out' of Obamacare Message to College Students
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Fri Dec 06, 2013
Forget the myth, sharks DO get cancer -- even great whites
A tumor on the lower jaw of a great white shark, near the Neptune Islands, South Australia.
Cancer drug IPO used University of Miami research
UM Innovation, home of technology advancement at the University of Miami , is celebrating the initial public offering by Heat Biologics, which uses medical technology developed at the university.
Learn to Make Any Dish You Cook Better with the Science of Taste
It's happened to us all at one point or another: The dish you've cooked is too salty, too spicy, or perhaps just too...meh.
Teaching profession deserves a review
We've all heard it before: Those who can, do; those who can't, teach. The idiom summarizes many's feelings about a profession that is highly undervalued.
Thu Dec 05, 2013
Shalala recognizes Colombian president for leadership
On Monday, Shalala awarded Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos Calderon with the University of Miami President's Medal at the Newman Alumni Center.
Medical News Today
NIH workshop report urges new focus on pulseless electrical activity
Led by the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine's Robert J. Myerburg, M.D., a dozen experts in sudden cardiac arrest have issued a major report on pulseless electrical activity aimed at improving the dismal survival rate among the increasing number of people who suffer this mechanism of cardiac arrest that does not respond to ... (more)