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Samantha Watters

Samantha Watters is assistant director of communications in the College of Agriculture and Natural Resources.


Bees

Bee Wary: UMD-backed Study Finds Colony Losses Exceed 40%

Researchers Call for Greater Understanding of Pollinators’ Problems

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Illustration of flu viruses

UMD Joins Race to Produce Universal Flu Vaccine

NIH Awards Virginia-Maryland College of Veterinary Medicine $3.1M to Solve Problem of Vaccine Failures

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Lettuce with Petri dish

Plasma Protection from Foodborne Illness

New in-Home Sanitation Method Could Eliminate Bacteria From Food With Electrified Air

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Vulture

Protecting Part of the Circle of Life

UMD Plays Key Role in International Effort to Save African Vultures

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Corn in field

Growing Climate Risks to Crops

Broad-scale Look at U.S. Agriculture Finds Midwest Vulnerable Due to Industry Changes, Rising Temperatures

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Map predicting risk

Saving Species Through AI

Researchers Train Algorithm to Estimate Risk Level for Plants Worldwide

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Eastern Shore

Visualizing Farm Loss

Story Map Makes Science About Climate Change Accessible

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Baby and grandmother

Unwelcome Inheritance

NIH Awards $1.6M Grant to Benefit Diabetes Prevention, Animal Health

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Antietam Blush apples

First Blush

UMD Researcher Releases First of Seven New Apple Varieties

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Bay cleanup

Double Helping

Maryland Researcher Featured in New Big Ten Network Video Creates Clean Energy While Cleaning Bay

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Baseball illustration

Blame the Air, Not the Ump?

Researcher Connects Pollution and Bad Calls

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CRISPR

“Molecular Scissors” for Food Security

$1.1M NSF Grant Supports Work to Improve Gene Editing Technology for Crops

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