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Aadit Tambe M. Jour ’22

Drone hovering over flower

Computer Scientist Creates Hive of Ideas for Drones

Palm-Sized Autonomous Robots Could Help Bees Pollinate Flowers, Search Out Survivors and Watch Patients for Problems

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Fire sweeps through Cape Town South Africa in 2017

Fired Up Over Inequities

Student Team Explores Factors Behind Disproportionate Fire Danger in Developing Nations

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Science Academy Graduates Its First Class

Program Offers Working Professionals Training in Data Science, Machine Learning

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Digital images/tech

GEM of a New Graduate Degree

Master’s Program in Game, Entertainment, and Media Analytics Will Prepare Students for Growing Industry

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COVID-19 patients receive food at a makeshift hospital in Bengaluru, India

Sending Help Home as Pandemic Rages

Alum-Founded Nonprofit Helps India Fight a Fierce Second COVID Wave

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A Hole New Perspective on Brood X

Entomology Class Warms Up to Studying 17-Year Cicadas

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Broken Amazon tablet


A Collaboration Between CRR and Amazon Lab126 Seeks to Understand How Devices Can Be More Durable

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A young boy hovers expectantly near a snowball vendor in 1940s Harlem Park

Decoding Black Stories Built Into the Environment

Students Take Deep Dive Into Links Between African American History, Architecture and Urban Planning

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Yaser Yacoob portrait

When Seeing Is Not Believing

A UMD Researcher Is Developing Algorithms to Detect Computer-Generated Forgeries, Digital Deepfakery

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Lauren Foundos with kettlebell

‘A Netflix of Fitness’

Alum’s Streaming Service Helps Customers Work Out From Home, Stay Connected to Gyms and Studios

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Tatiana Sandoval ’19 at food drive

‘Zero Excuses’

Alum Who Attended UMD as a Dreamer Helps Other Immigrants Rebuild Their Lives

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Finding the Intentional Self

New Lab Has Students Envision a ‘Whole, Full Life,’ Along With a Career

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