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Rebecca Copeland


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Engineers’ New Capsule Aims to Deliver Drugs—and Hope—to GI Patients

Innovative Technology Incorporates 3-D Printing, Spring Action, Wi-Fi Commands to Direct Medication

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Microsoft, UMD Team Up for Diversity in Robotics

Partnership Includes Graduate Fellowships, Undergraduate Instruction

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$2.9M NIH Award Could Lead to Tunable Hearing Devices

Research Focuses on How Brain Turns Sound Into Comprehensible Language

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Exploring the “Music of Silence”

New Research Helps Explain Musical Imagination, or How Your Brain Predicts What Comes Next in a Song

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Documenting the Fog of Post-stroke Cognitive Issues

Researchers for First Time Measure Physical Evidence of Diminished Neural Processing

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Is It All in Your Head—or in Your Gut? Or Both?

Maryland Researchers Work to Understand ‘Gut-Brain Axis’ to Conquer Disease

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Amazon Investment Powers Clark School Diversity Initiatives

Collaboration Supports Robotics Fellowships, Support for Underrepresented Groups in Engineering

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Stop—Hey, What’s That Sound?

New Maryland Study Explores How the Brain Interprets Sounds as Words

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