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New Discovery May Offer Preview of Solar System’s Demise

UMD Astronomers Among Team That Found Jupiter-like Planet Survives in Orbit Around Dead Star

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Research Team Taps AI for Better Cardio Care

Technique Could Allow Doctors, Patients to Match ‘Gold Standard’ Monitoring at Home

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From the Floundry to the Hatchery

Mokhtarzada Brothers’ Startup Success Story Comes Home With New Student Venture Incubator at UMD

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Research: Quantum Computers Can Be Better Than the Sum of Their Parts

‘Teamwork’ Employed Inside Quantum Computer Chips Can Cut Error Rates, Boost Reliability of Devices

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Cell ‘Quakes’ May Help Cells Respond to the Outside World

UMD Researchers Reveal How Earthquake-like Disturbances Rock Living Cells

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Clearer Days Ahead for National Weather Service Maps

UMD Researchers’ Data Visualization Study Makes Long-term Forecasts Easier to Understand

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Foot in the Door for Sustainability

Terp Helps Make Sure Nike’s Sneakers Are All Green

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Project to Bring Wi-Fi to a Park Near You

New Technology Allows Bandwidth Sharing to Bridge Digital Divide

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A New Vision for Violin Instruction

AI-Powered App to Eyeball Posture, Form for Solo Practice

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UMD Researchers Find Sex Workers Vulnerable to Digital Dangers

Better Tools Needed to Stop Online Stalking, Harassment of Vulnerable Populations

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$25M NSF Award Funds New UMD-led Institute for Quantum Simulation

Research Aims to Advance Quantum Science, Development of Quantum Computers

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UMD Breaks Ground on New Chemistry Building

Leading-edge Facility Will Enable New Discoveries and Transformational Research and Innovation

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