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Germs in rocket illustration

Students to Send Experiment to International Space Station

Astronauts to Test How Well Bacteria Can Grow on Different Surfaces in Microgravity

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Astronaut carrying moon mirror

Mirrors on the Moon

50 Years After Apollo 11 Landing, UMD Experiment Continues to Provide Physics Answers

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Japanese beetles eat leaves

Meet the Beetles

”The Bug Guy” Explains Population Surge in Creepy Critters, Along With Fireflies

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beehives near rapeseed field

Bee Diverse

Research Suggests Less Varied Crops, More Pollinator Dependence Threaten Food Security

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VR violin performance

Four Strings Around the [Virtual] World

Immersive Digital Settings Form Backdrop for Violin Professor's Performances

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Mars' moons Phobos and Deimos

UMD-led Team Awarded $7.3M to Study Moons, Asteroids for Future Human Exploration

Team One of Eight Selected to Participate in NASA Program

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"Does It Fart?" cover art

A Whiff of a Bestseller?

New Book Introduces Kids to Animal Science—Through Flatulence

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Bees

Bee Wary: UMD-backed Study Finds Colony Losses Exceed 40%

Researchers Call for Greater Understanding of Pollinators’ Problems

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Bo Peep, Joy, Mater and Kevin

A Character Sketch

Animation Leader on “Toy Story 4” Explains Thinking Behind Some of Your Favorite Pixar Stars

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View of Grand Canyon illustrating complex geological concept

Research: Glacial Sediments Greased the Gears of Plate Tectonics

New Study Highlights Connection Between Worldwide Glaciations, Sediments, Plate Tectonics

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Megalodon hanging in the Smithsonian

Face to Face With a Toothy Fossil

UMD Entomologist Helped Smithsonian Reconstruct Giant Prehistoric Shark in D.C. Museum Café

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Satellite earth view

$175M NOAA Award to Expand UMD’s Role as Leader in Earth System Studies

New Cooperative Institute for Satellite Earth System Studies Will Deepen Understanding of Human Interaction With Planet

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