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Bioengineering

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Do Suddenly Self-Centered Brain Cells Promote Disease?

NSF Award Funds UMD Alzheimer’s Research Into Brain Glucose Metabolism

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Researcher’s Discovery Offers Hope for Tendon Injury Repair

Naturally Occurring Enzyme Found to Restore Functionality in Slow-to-Heal Connective Tissue

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UMD Researchers Discover New Way to Find Cancer Cells in Blood

Findings Could Lead to Personalized Therapies for Metastatic Cancer

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UMD, Partners Look for Ways to Make Children’s Masks Safer

Pioneering Research of Fit, Effectiveness Could Help Lead to Manufacturing Standards

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8 Researchers From UMCP, UMB Named Inaugural MPower Professors

Honor Encourages Research Collaboration Between Campuses

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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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microglia cells (orange) damage the myelin sheath of neuron axons

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

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

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Cloudy With a Chance of Microbes

Undergraduate Student to Test Bacteria From Microorganisms at High Altitude

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A black-legged tick glows in fluorescent hues in a microscope image.

Tracking Tick Infections in 3-D

Innovative Models Allow Study of How Pathogens Invade Vasculature, Tissues

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