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College of Computer, Mathematical, and Natural Sciences

Julia Ruth ’14 hangs from a Cyr wheel

Balancing Act

Circus Performer Combines Passions for Physics and Acrobatics

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Neel Panchwagh, Corinne Martin and Deven Bowman headshots

Three Terps Named 2023 Goldwater Scholars

UMD’s 49 Scholarships in the Past 15 Years Rank No. 1 in the Nation

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graphic of quantum cybersecurity

$1M NSF Award Supports Reimagining Cryptography in a Post-Quantum World

Scientists Say Digital Safeguards Require Forward-Looking Efforts in Research, Education

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air monitoring equipment rides atop truck

Behind the Wheel or in the Cockpit, Researcher Helps Marylanders Breathe Easier

Mobile Monitoring Tracks Greenhouse Gases and Other Pollutants

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Mars glacier

Geology Ph.D. Student Helps Discover Remains of a Martian Glacier

Hints of Water Ice Near Surface Helps Explain How Planet Was—and Still Might Be—Habitable

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Beibei Li Ph.D. ’98, Elisabeth Gantt and Zairen Sun Ph.D. ’98 pose together

From Serbia and China to College Park

Alums’ Gift to Maryland Promise Program Honors Their UMD Mentor

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rising waters of Lake Victoria

Warming Makes Droughts, Extreme Wet Events More Frequent, Intense

Decades of Satellite Data Reveal Punishing Local Hydrological Extremes in NASA-UMD Study

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Children suffering from cutaneous leishmaniasis, a disfiguring and disabling skin disease, wait for treatment at a hospital

$3M NIH Grant Supports Genomic Approach to Curing ‘Neglected’ Disease

UMD Researcher Explores Conditions That Turn Devastating Skin Ailment On, Off

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three students collect bugs

A Bug Club’s Life

Bio Major’s New Student Org Gives Undergrads Chance to Explore Entomology

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Oil rig in a small dray canyon in North Dakota

Major North American Oil Source Yields Clues to One of Earth’s Deadliest Mass Extinctions

UMD Geologists Studying Shale Formation Discovered How Rising Seas Created a ‘Kill Mechanism’ 350 Million Years Ago

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hands typing code on computer

Op/ed: Do We Need a National Algorithms Safety Board?

UMD Human-Computer Interaction Expert Says Faulty Machine Learning Algorithms Risk Safety, Threaten Bias

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spacecraft approaching asteroid

New DART Studies Confirm NASA Can Bump Asteroids Out of Collision Course With Earth

Maryland Astronomers Were Central to Planetary Defense Mission That Smashed Into Asteroid Moon Last Year

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