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Bioengineering

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Better ‘Biobanking’ Could Pay Off for Organ Recipients

New Ways of Preserving Organs and Tissues Needed to Improve Transplants, Make Health Care More Equitable, Researchers Say

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UMD Researchers Pursue Precision Attack on Multiple Sclerosis

Approach Could Target Malfunctioning Immune Response While Preserving Patients’ Ability to Fight Other Illnesses

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Creating the Future of Stroke Recovery

$4.6 Million Award to Support Rehabilitation Engineering Research Center

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A Teaching Moment Amid the Pandemic

Terps’ Free K–12 Tutoring Service Gets High Marks From Parents, Kids

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Scallops

UMD-Led Team Awarded $10M to Modernize Shellfish Farming

Smart Tech Has Potential to Improve Industry’s Sustainability, Economic Impact

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Clouds

Cloudy With a Chance of Microbes

Undergraduate Student to Test Bacteria From Microorganisms at High Altitude

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Tracking Tick Infections in 3-D

Innovative Models Allow Study of How Pathogens Invade Vasculature, Tissues

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$2.8M NIH Grant to Further Dementia Research

UMCP-UMB Study Examines Link Between Spine Injury, Cognitive Decline

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Cells

Making ‘Smart Cells’ Smarter

UMD Researchers Enable Teams of Bacteria to Work Together Autonomously

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Eye

A Clearer View

Engineering Researchers Develop New Microscopy Technique That Could Improve LASIK

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Cancer cell

Targeting a Killer

Researchers Explore New Therapeutic Strategy for Aggressive Form of Breast Cancer

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Cambridge

Bioengineering Student Receives Churchill Scholarship

Award, One of Nation's Most Prestigious for STEM Students, Will Fund Master's Studies at Cambridge

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