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Kimbra Cutlip


Gamma-rays detected by the Fermi Gamma-ray Space Telescope from 2008 to 2017 form a map of the entire sky

$178M Cooperative Agreement Continues UMD-led Partnership with NASA, Other Institutions

Center for Research and Exploration in Space Science & Technology II Fosters Collaboration on Exploration, Innovation, Diversity

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Truck adding salt to road

How Safer Winter Streets Endanger Water Quality, Human Health

UMD-led Study Warns Cascading Effects of Salts in Environment Require Coordinated Action

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Biology illustration

Drawing New Ways to Understand Science

Undergrad’s Compulsion to Illustrate Biology Lands Her in Prestigious Scientific Journal

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Class in Chemistry Building’s courtyard garden

Chemical Plant(ings)

Courtyard Gardens to Introduce Molecules Found in Foliage

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Gif of robotic spy vacuum

Could Your Vacuum Be Listening to You?

UMD Researcher Helps Discover Hack of Robotic Cleaners’ Navigation Systems to Record Speech and Music

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A protein molecule illustration

AI Language Tools Decode Molecular Movements

Researchers Teach Autofill-like Algorithms To Predict How and When Proteins Would Assume Different Shapes

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Illustration of space showing bow shock, magnetosheath and magnetotail

Mission Would Help Answer ‘How’s the Weather—in Space?’

UMD Astronomer Part of $1.25M NASA-Funded Feasibility Study

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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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