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Kimbra Cutlip


Black holes merging art

Heaviest Black Hole Merger Spotted

UMD Scientists on Team That Made Three Recent Gravitational Wave Discoveries

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A 3D rendition of the surface of Venus shows two coronae, ring-like structures formed when hot material inside the planet rises through the mantle and erupts through the crust.

Volcanic Venus

Study Changes View of Planet Once Considered Geologically Inactive

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Person holding part of beehive

Honey Bee Losses Reach Record Highs, Survey Finds

UMD Researchers, Partners Find Unusually High Summer, Low Winter Hits to Survival

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A tyrannosaur Daspletosaurus hunts a young horned Spinops, while an adult Spinops tries to intervene in an illustration set 77 million years ago.

T. rex’s Long Legs Made for Marathon Walking

New Study Finds Energy Efficiency, Not Speed, Was the Point of Adaptation

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Physical Sciences Complex

Chemist-Physicist Elected to National Academy of Sciences

Christopher Jarzynski’s Latest Honor Follows 2020 Guggenheim and Simons Fellowships

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blue/pink DNA

Revising Life’s Instructions?

Researcher Develops New Framework Suggesting There's More to Heredity Than DNA

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Distinguished University Professor Christopher Jarzinski (below), a member of the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, Department of Physics and Institute for Physical Science and Technology is one of only 2 physicists selected this year for Guggenheim fellowships.

UMD Scientist Named Guggenheim Fellow for Research at Boundary of Chemistry, Physics

Christopher Jarzynski Internationally Known for Thermodynamics Work

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InSight Mars Lander rendering

Monitoring ‘Marsquakes’

First Direct Seismic Measurements Reveal a Geologically Active Planet

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Black and orange striped snake

Frog Decline Strikes Snakes as Well

Professor, Alumnae Discover Another Effect of Chytrid Fungal Plague

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Colorful image illustrating turbulence

Mixed-up Answers

From Cloud Metamorphoses to Milk Swirls in Your Coffee, New Mathematical Proof Helps Explain Laws of Turbulence

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Ocean

Is Earth Losing a Key Buffer Against Climate Change?

UMD-led Team Produces Detailed Maps of Rising Ocean Acidity Since 1750

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Illustration of mouse in the light with musical notes

A Week in the Dark Rewires Hearing

Biologists Reveal How Vision Deprivation Affects Neural Connections, Changes Hearing in Mice

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