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Lisa Roland and Nini Champion hold flares at finish line of World's Toughest Row

Alum Conquers ‘World’s Toughest Row’

Terp, Teammate Complete Race Across Atlantic in Record Time

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USM Named to Top 10 of Nation’s Patent-Producing Universities

University of Maryland, College Park Awarded 59 Patents in 2023

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A Plant Chemical May Have Big Health Benefits. But for Who?

USDA Grant to Support Study of Flavonoid’s Influence on Digestion of Beneficial Food Compounds

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The Science of Perseverance

UMD Female Scientists Reflect on Overcoming Moments of Doubt

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A Spoilage-Sniffing Sensor and Food Distribution App to Fight Hunger

UMD Team Receives $5M Grant for Tech Solutions to Reduce Food Insecurity and Waste

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At UMD’s Aquaponics Lab, the Farmers Have Fins

New Greenhouse Will Triple Research, Education of Sustainable Farming Method

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A Mysterious Illness Is Spreading Among Dogs Nationwide. Here’s What You Need to Know

VetMed Researcher Investigating New Canine Respiratory Disease Calls for Awareness, Quick Treatment

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Holiday Meal Hacks to Preserve Your Health (and Your Budget)

Family Nutrition Specialist Offers Tips to For Eating Right as the Season of Gustatory Excess Begins

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4 Do’s and Don’ts of Raking

Leave Some Leaves to Help Yard Ecosystems Thrive, Entomologist Advises Homeowners

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Real-life Zombies, Vampires and Ghosts?

UMD Experts Weigh in on the Creatures Haunting Our Neighborhoods This Halloween

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Study Finds 2021 Cicada Emergence Changed Forest Food Webs

UMD Researchers, Colleagues Uncover Ecosystem Impacts on Birds, Caterpillars and Trees

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A Baby’s-Eye View of UMD

Arboretum Program Introduces Caretakers and Kids to Plants, Pollinators Across Campus

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