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Chris Carroll

Chris Carroll came to the University of Maryland in 2015 to write mostly about science, and a little about everything else. In nearly 20 years as a journalist, he was a staff writer at Stars and Stripes, National Geographic Magazine, the St. Louis Post-Dispatch and others. The University of Missouri School of Journalism graduate has reported from about 30 countries, but only 16 or 17 U.S. states.


Smoke stacks and wind turbine

4 Reasons Biden’s Plan to Slash Emissions Can Work

From Changing Politics to Tech Advances, UMD Climate Policy Expert Outlines Optimism on This Earth Day

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Animation of cicadas popping up on McKeldin Mall

Brood X Rising

How to Get Through the Coming Cicada Swarms, With Tips From a UMD Expert

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Man gets a COVID vaccine at the Samuel Riggs IV Alumni Center

Front of the Line

Pilot On-campus COVID Vaccine Clinic Targets Essential, Vulnerable Employees

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Boulder Strong memorial with flowers

Prescription for Reducing Gun Violence

After Latest Mass Killings, Pediatrician and Public Health Researcher Advocates Strategies Like Those That Curbed Smoking, Vehicle Deaths

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The stellar wind from energetic young stars sculpts the roiling red NGC2014 nebula in the Large Magellanic Cloud

Keeping an Eye on the Universe

30 Years Into Hubble’s Surprising Run, Terps Help the Revolutionary Space Telescope Stay Productive in Orbit

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Moon illustration

Moonwalk With an ‘Imagery’ Friend

Students Designing Virtual Astronaut Assistant for NASA Competition

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Dr. Kathleen Neuzil ’83 portrait

Pandemic Fighter’s Priorities

Researcher Helps Lead Nation’s Vaccine Trials—With Hopes of Resuming Terps Tailgating Soon

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‘It’s Not an Error, It’s a Language’

Researcher Aims to Teach Teachers About African American Language, and Liberate Student Writers

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Where Wood Gets Weird

Researcher Keeps Finding Innovative Ways to Employ the Ultimate Sustainable Material

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Steam rises from cooling towers at power plant

Why We Can Have Paris Again

As Biden Reengages, UMD Expert Explains Unusual U.S. Relationship to Global Climate Accord

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Telehealth illustration

A New Meaning for Mental Health ‘Screening’

Computer Science and Psychiatry Unite to Improve Behavioral Telehealth Services

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Illustration of fish and plants growing in an aquaponics system

Water for Food Deserts

Student Aquaponics Project Could Help County Grow Urban Agriculture in Empty Buildings

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