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UMD and Tecnologico de Monterrey (TEC) Announce New Funding Program
Institutions within USM awarded 72 utility patents in 2016
UMD's IBBR to study the efficacy of immune responses in animal models of its HCV vaccine candidates
University to keep commitment to carbon neutrality
Research identifies signaling system by which organs within an animal communicate need for heme
UMD researchers examine impact that access to affordable housing through U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development assistance programs has on health
University of Maryland physicists contribute to identification of third gravitational wave event using data from Advanced LIGO detectors
New VP for Research to begin on Oct. 1, 2017.
Discovery challenges some long-held assumptions about planetary formation.
Edward St. John Learning and Teaching Center at the University of Maryland Will Transform the Classroom Experience
Dedicated today, the first new academic building constructed on McKeldin Mall in more than 50 years will serve as a national model of collaborative learning.
Research team to examine effect of bioelectric stimulation on second language learning, brain plasticity.
Decrease in financial burden concentrated among people with low-and-moderate- incomes.
UMD researchers investigate whether aerobic exercise impacts brain physiology.
FY 2017 Omnibus Appropriations Bill: Good News for Reesarch
University of Maryland Institute to serve as catalyst for clean energy advancements, economic growth.
Faculty Honored at 10th Annual University-Wide Celebration of Scholarship & Research
Awarded for biomaterials-based strategies to combat Multiple Sclerosis, autoimmune diseases.
Invention of the year winners announced at Celebration of Innovation and Partnerships
Abnormally high increase for older mothers suggests problems with reporting process on death certificates.
Geochemical clues suggest that some rocks from Hawaii and Samoa may contain material formed during the planet’s birth.