Wednesday, April 1, 2020
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Aerial view of cars on road

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Tracking Mobility to Fight a Pandemic

Researchers Give COVID-19 Planning a Big Data Boost

St. Louis Red Cross Motor Corps on duty Oct. 1918 Influenza epidemic

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Social Distancing, the Sequel

How the COVID-19 Outbreak Echoes—and Diverges From—the 1918 Flu Pandemic

A  new field hospital set up in Indio, Calif., with 125 beds will help ease the burden on the local hospital system amid the growing COVID-19 crisis.

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Op/ed: Time for a ‘Uniform’ Response to COVID-19

School of Public Health Dean Calls for Deployment of U.S. Public Health Service Commissioned Corps

Mask being made on 3D printer

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In Race With Virus, Researchers Speed Development of Medical Equipment

Bioengineers, Terrapin Works Producing New Respirator, Ventilator Designs

Game canceled

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A Full Timeout

With Games on Hold, Expert Sees Chance to Reflect on Another Side of Sports

COVID 19 gif: New maps by UMD researchers show county-by-county COVID-19 infection data for each day since the outbreak began in the U.S.

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Watch Pandemic Spread on New UMD Maps

Geography Researchers Show Disease Progression Over Space, Time

Gloved hands fill out tax form

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Tax Advice for the Pandemic Era

Expert Explains How the Novel Coronavirus Could Affect What You Owe

Hand scrolling through news on a smartphone

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Feeling Anxious? Try Broadening Your News Feed

Journalism, iSchool Researchers Find That How We Build Our Online Information Environments Matters

Pandemics can create a stronger sense of the common good, writes Professor Arie Kruglanski. A doctor with San Francisco’s Haight Ashbury Free Clinic prepares to talk with homeless people about the coronavirus on Tuesday.

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Op/ed: Three Ways the Pandemic Is Changing Who We Are

Coronavirus-related Stress Has Deep Internal Effects, Psychology Researcher Says

A world temperature map shows warmer (red) to cooler (violet) temperatures, with black circles representing areas of significant community transmission of COVID-19.

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Predicting COVID-19 Outbreaks

UMCP, UMB Researchers Race to Uncover Climate, Human Factors Behind Virus’ Spread

Port of Baltimore

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Op/ed: Saving Jobs in a Time of Coronavirus

Professor Says as U.S. Workers Lose Hours or Jobs, Government Can Act to Speed Economic Recovery

Hoarding TP

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Op/ed: During Coronavirus Outbreak, It’s Hoard Times

Business Researchers Examine Buying Behavior in the Face of Potential Disasters

Travelers line up at the airport

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Do Border Restrictions During Epidemics Work?

Grant to Support Research on Why Countries Ignore or Follow World Health Organization Guidance During Major Outbreaks

Crowd of people

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Amid Coronavirus, Researchers Investigate Discrimination’s Impact

NSF Grant to Support UMBC-UMD Team Studying Racism Against Chinese Americans

Illustration of blue men silhouettes and pink women silhouettes with ones and zeros

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Divided by Data

Researchers Explain How Gender Bias Creeps Into Facts and Figures That Shape Our Lives

Archaeologist Julie Schablitsky uncovers burial vault covered in flowers

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Making Mysteries Into Memories

UMD Professor Discovers ‘Maryland Mystery Lady’

Image of Romans and Carthaginians fighting

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Roots of Revenge

Feuds, Other Conflicts May Have Neurological Basis, Psychology Study Finds

Clouds

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Cloudy With a Chance of Microbes

Undergraduate Student to Test Bacteria From Microorganisms at High Altitude

Illustration of two men and a woman at a job interview. The woman has a yellow speech bubble that says "Dream job" and a white thought bubble with a dollar sign

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In Hiring, Managers Seek ‘Motivation Purity’

New Research Finds That You’re Not Supposed to Care About Pay, Benefits

Pink and purple image of coronavirus

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Coronavirus Test Questions

What Went Wrong With U.S. Monitoring and What to Do Next: A Virus Transmission Expert Explains

Illustration of woman at computer with hands over her face, with blue speech bubbles in the background

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Hate, Health and Social Media

Researchers Find Racist Tweets Correlate to Cardiovascular Illness for Both Black, White People

Basketballs in different shades

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Shades of Praise

UMD Research Finds Basketball Commentary Linked to Athlete Skin Color

Illustration of pencil editing page on a computer screen

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Evaluating Info Like a Pro

Research Shows How Professional Fact-Checking Strategies Help Students Gauge Digital Content’s Accuracy


Student sits in garden outside the Clarice

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A Dose of Nature

New Study Finds Even Short Times Outdoors Have Therapeutic Effect on Mental Health

InSight Mars Lander rendering

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Monitoring ‘Marsquakes’

First Direct Seismic Measurements Reveal a Geologically Active Planet

Man wears weather VT headset

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Forecasts of the Future

Revolutionary Virtual Reality System Gives 3D Vantage of Satellite Data

Woman pouring juice

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‘OK, Gen Z-er’

Conventional Gender Roles Still Popular With American Youth, Study Shows

Children play with parachute

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Op/ed: Lessons on Battling Bias

Schools Can Help Kids Overcome Prejudice by Encouraging Diverse Friendships, Researcher Says

Passengers on a cruise ship

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What’s Behind Coronavirus Cruise Ship Chaos?

Public Policy Researcher Says Global Health Regulations Need Another Look, and Countries Need to Better Adhere to Them

Map of African Burial Ground

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New Clues in Centuries-Old Burial Ground

Soil Research at NYC Site Provides Insight on African Americans’ Experiences

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