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Colorful Mystery Solved: Scientists Discover Enzyme That Makes Urine Yellow

Finding Could Illuminate Future Studies of Gut Health and Inflammatory Bowel Disease

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2 UMD Researchers Elected to National Academy of Inventors

Computer Scientist and Engineer, Chemist Lauded for Significant Contributions to Science and Society

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Study: Western Wildfires Reversed Decades of Gains From Air Pollution-Fighting Measures

Researchers’ Analysis Found Health Risks, Nearly 1,000 Premature Deaths Over Two Decades

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A History Hidden From View

Geology Students Search for Early Gravesite of Historic African American Church

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Astronomer Helps Take a Closer Look at ‘Dinky’ Asteroid

NASA’s Lucy Mission, Named for Fossilized Human Ancestor, Searches for Origin of Planets

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Study Shows Massive Eruption Thinned Earth’s Protective Ozone Layer

UMD, Harvard Researchers: South Pacific Volcano Changed Chemistry, Dynamics of Stratosphere

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UMD Scientists ‘Fingerprint’ Methane to Track a Climate Change Culprit

Emissions of the Potent Greenhouse Gas Have Spiked Since 2007—but Why Is Unclear

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Six UMB, UMCP Researchers Named MPower Professors

Professors Each Awarded $150,000 Over Three Years to Support Collaborative Work

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Philip Merrill Presidential Scholars Program Honors Top Students and Their Mentors

Program Provides $1,500 UMD Scholarships in K-12 Teachers’ Names

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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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Humans Are Disrupting Natural ‘Salt Cycle’ on Global Scale, New Study Shows

UMD Geologist Leads Research Finding That Influx of Salt in Streams, Rivers Poses ‘Existential Threat’

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UMD, State Officials Turn on First Tower of Statewide Weather Warning System

Mesonet System to Boost Public Safety, Bolster Agriculture and Broader Economy

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