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Kimbra Cutlip


rain garden

Why Homeowners Say ‘No Thanks’ to Cost-Sharing

From Paperwork to Upfront Payments, Researchers Analyze Barriers to Runoff Reduction Program Participation

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Cows

Major Land Donation Bolsters Livestock Research at Unique UMD Facility

Hundreds of Acres from Aspen Institute Adds to Eastern Shore Home of Wye Angus Cattle Herd

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Creek near Xfinity Center

UMD Team Wins EPA’s Green Infrastructure Design Competition


Plan Would Reduce Runoff, Expand Green Space, Emphasize Campus Creek

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Three illustrations of streams

Paddling Against the Current on Stream Restoration

Study Shows Environmental Benefits Higher Where Residents Less Willing to Pay

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enterovirus

$2M NIH Grant Will Help Develop a New Defense Against Viral ‘Hijackers’

Researcher Seeks Unified Approach to Disarming Large Group of Pathogens Known as Enteroviruses

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green sweat bee crawls on orange and pink spiky flower

How Many Bee Species Does a Meadow Need?

Beyond the Honeybee, Research Reveals the Importance of Pollinator Diversity

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Irrigation system in field

Water Conservation Heads East

With $750K From USDA, UMD Researchers Study How to Reduce Barriers to Future Groundwater Resource Management

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Lettuce

Could Stressed Plants Be Healthier Plants?

$600K USDA Grant Funds Study on How Drought, Light and Temperature Could Improve Nutrition and Pathogen Resistance in Kale, Lettuce

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Workers in lettuce field

Study Shows Mandatory Food Safety Guidelines Needed to Protect Public Health

Laws Show Voluntary Guidelines Insufficient to Prevent Illness Outbreaks, Recalls

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Field of wheat

Researchers Seek Ancient Answers to Safeguard Modern Wheat Strains

$800K USDA Grant Supports Method to Breed in Pathogen, Pest Resistance  

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Prosthetic heart valve

UMD Scientists ID Molecular Culprit in Medical Implant Rejections

Cell Signaling System Triggers Scarring, Inflammation When It Detects Mismatch Between Implants and Body Tissues

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Simulation of bacteria communities interacting

Researchers Rethink the Wild World of Species Diversity in Microbes

New Framework Designed to Expand Understanding of Bacterial Community Interactions, Evolution

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