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On Monday, Shalala awarded Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos Calderon with the University of Miami President's Medal at the Newman Alumni Center.
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)
A number of University of Miami students living in McDonald tower were forced out of their dorm rooms by a bed bug infestation, officials say.
The research, from the School of Business Administration, found when larger assortments of products are displayed with images rather than text, shoppers are less likely to purchase a product.
Research conducted in Bimini in The Bahamas spanning almost two decades shows that female lemon sharks that were born there returned 15 years later to give birth to their own young, confirming this behavior for the first time in sharks.
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A tumor on the lower jaw of a great white shark, near the Neptune Islands, South Australia.
More than three-and-half years after the Deepwater Horizon disaster spewed millions of gallons of petroleum into the Gulf of Mexico, scientists are launching drones and ocean-going sensor arrays off the Florida coast in an effort to map the path of future oil spills before they devastate beaches and coastal ecosystems.
Inside the newsroom of The Miami Hurricane, Erika Glass, the student newspaper's multimedia editor, was about to sit down in front of her computer to hammer out a story for the next edition.
Ever since Typhoon Haiyan devastated portions of Southeast Asia -- particularly the Philippines -- in early November, members of the self-styled mainstream media and climate alarmists have charged that the 'most powerful storm ever' was caused in part by global warming, and more "extreme weather events" will happen because even during a climate ... (more)
Giordan Diaz, left, demonstrates the exercise 'Colombia Hypnosis' with the help of eighth-grader Darryl Dunn.
Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos, bound for Washington on an official visit, said on Monday he remains cautiously optimistic about peace talks with Marxist FARC rebels taking place in Cuba.
UM President Donna E. Shalala , in conjunction with the Center for Latin American Studies and the Center for Hemispheric Policy invited the president to speak.