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Chemistry and Biochemistry's Leah Dodson Receives Department of Energy Early Career Award

The $875,000 award will support the development of new tools to advance her alternative fuels research. More »
Computer Science's Leo Zhicheng Liu Recognized with NSF CAREER Award for Data Visualization Research

Liu's work explores new abstractions, techniques and tools to democratize the creation of interactive data visualizations. More »
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Black Hole Expert Christopher Reynolds Rejoins Astronomy Department

The renowned astrophysicist will also reprise his role as director of the Joint Space-Science Institute. More »
Computer Science's Soheil Feizi Receives Army Research Office Early Career Program Award

The funding supports efforts to provide a comprehensive and fundamental understanding of provable robustness in dynamic and adaptive learning setups, leading to practically useful methods with theoretical guarantees. More »
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Biological Sciences Courses Explore the Grand Challenge of 'Global Change'

A new initiative gets undergrads thinking about planetary threats like climate change—and their power to make an impact. More »
Biological Sciences Ph.D. Student Unlocks Mysteries of Cell Communications

Akshay Patel’s (B.S. '18, biological sciences and biochemistry) research discoveries are setting the stage for a future career in the pharma or biotech industry. More »
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A Green Transformation in Research Labs, Driven by UMD Student Entrepreneurs

The students envision a future where every lab is equipped with efficient power management systems, contributing to a significant reduction in energy waste. More »
Tree Species Diversity Increases Spider Density

The results of a study led by Entomology's Karin Burghardt can facilitate tree management to naturally mitigate the effects of climate change. More »

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