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UM News Special Report Cuba and the Caribbean: There’s Something in the Waters of Puerto Rico’s Guanica Bay

Miller School researcher records the second-highest levels of PCBs anywhere in the world. By Robert C. Jones Jr. UM News Angry and apathetic, the group of local anglers greeted Daisy Ramirez Ortiz with a wave of unwelcoming stares. They already knew why...

UM News Special Report Cuba and the Caribbean: Restoring Cuba’s Historic Infrastructure

An innovative composite material for repairs can positively impact Cuba’s structural restoration efforts. Known for its caught-in-a-time-capsule setting, replete with vintage cars and remnants of its colonial past, Cuba is also confronting an aging...


A Collaboration Between University of Miami’s College of Engineering and Johnson & Johnson Brings Innovative Opportunities for Research and Development to Students and Faculty

The CoE-Johnson & Johnson 3-D Printing Center of Excellence Collaborative Laboratory will be open for students in a variety of disciplines By Barbara Gutierrez UM News Industrial 3D printing technology, also called additive manufacturing, offers the...
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