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Eastern Shore health care illustration

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Patchwork Problem

Research Examines Health Care Challenges for Rural Immigrants

Corn in field

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Growing Climate Risks to Crops

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

Housing bubble

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Exploring Bubble Trouble

In New Book, Business Professors Give Insight Into Causes of Economic Booms and Busts

Farmers Market

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Ag Study: Marylanders Connect More With Farming Than Forestry

UMD-affiliated Hughes Center Surveyed Public’s Familiarity With Agriculture Industry

Ultramarathon

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Extreme Unknowns

Researchers Begin Pioneering Study of How Ultra-endurance Sports Affect the Body

Drugs and Pregnancy

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Study: Criminal Penalties for Drug Use During Pregnancy Deter Women From Treatment

States With More Comprehensive Approaches Are Better at Getting Women Into Rehab

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Majority Party Rules? Maybe Not

New UMD-led Research Shows Lawmaking Remains a Largely Bipartisan Practice

Toya Tolson, Shawnte' Spriggs, Sophia Harrison, Marcella Wright, Deborah Dyson

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“Their Stories Have Not Been Told”

Researcher Aims to Share Experiences of African-American Women Living With HIV

Binary star system

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Track Changes—in Space

UMD Astronomers Contribute to Discoveries With New Facility Monitoring Sky for “Transients”

Fabric

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Hot and Cold Comfort

Revolutionary Fabric Developed at UMD Reacts to Environmental Conditions

Pinatubo Eruption

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Rewriting the Story on Climate-Altering Eruptions

New Method Co-developed at UMD Enhances Scientists' Ability to Read Volcanic Record Buried in Ice Sheets

Rainbow House

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Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual Youth Twice as Likely to End Up in U.S. Foster Care

System Designed to Protect May Be Harming Children, Researchers Say

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Toxic Pesticides on the Rise in Our Food

Levels Below EPA Standards Still Prompt Health Questions, UMD Researchers Say

Smart Cities

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Report: “Smart Cities” Start With Community Conversations

Study Cites Value of Engaging With Baltimore Residents to Implement Tech

Pills

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Many Opioid Users With Mental Illness Lack Treatment

Affordability, Stigma Cited as Barriers to Care

Rover Selfie

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Mars Rover Curiosity Has a New Talent

UMD Geologist, Partners Repurpose Navigation Instruments to Measure Gravity, Explore Planet's Geologic Past

Flooding in downtown Baltimore

Campus & Community

Equal Protection, From Floods

Student Research Team Works to Ensure All Marylanders Benefit From Emergency Plans

RoCo

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A New Way to Chill

Beta Testing Begins This Year for Personal Smart Cooling Device Born at UMD

Polar bears

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Amid a Frozen World, a Data Desert

Scientists Make Urgent Plea for Better Understanding of How Changing Snowscapes Affect Arctic Wildlife

Rickey Gates running in San Francisco

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Pathfinding Prof

Mountaintop Meeting Spurs Computerized Collaboration on Runner’s Project to Hit Every San Francisco Street

Loosening

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The “Loosening of America”

Research Examines Positive and Negative Impacts of Relaxed Cultural Standards

Cancer cell

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Machine Learning Helps Target Cancer Patients for Immunotherapy

Approach Could Reduce Dangerous, Costly Treatment Failures

Pioneering Arab women collage

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Suffragists, Scientists and Scholars

Gibran Chair Launches Site Showcasing Arab Women Pioneers

Time use illustration

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Time of Our Lives

UMD Lab Shows How Society May Be Robbing You of Free Time—or Giving You a Bonus

Orange greening

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Saving Citrus?

Professor Develops New Approach to Halt Disease Threatening Florida Farms—and Your Morning OJ

Varroa

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Honey Bee Predators: Werewolves, Not Vampires

UMD-led Research Upends Old Assumptions on the Eating Habits of a Primary Threat to Pollinators

Black hole

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UMD-Led Team Maps “Light Echoes” of Black Hole

Findings Give New Insight Into How Material Is Pulled Into Gravitational Singularity

Elaine Luria video screenshot

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Op/Ed: Women Who Ran for Congress Avoided Women Issues in Their Ads

Communications Researchers Find Female Candidates Instead Projected Power

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