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UMD Awarded $388M NOAA Cooperative Agreement for Earth System Studies

Institute’s Researchers Aim to Trace Links Between Human Activity, Earth’s Environment

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Researchers Discover How Brain Region Helps Us Switch From Passive to Active Listening

Study of Hearing in Different Contexts Could Offer Insights Into Sensory Impairment Disorders

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Researchers’ New Camera Was Inspired by Human Vision

Mimicking Involuntary Eye Movements Creates Sharper Images for Robots, Smartphones, Other Devices

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High-Tech Help in Clearing Your Plate

Researchers’ Robotic System Aims to Improve Autonomy for People With Mobility Issues

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UMD Astronomers Help Discover a First for the Early Universe

Birth of Star Clusters in Nascent Galaxy Helped Transform the Cosmos

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Terp Awarded NOAA Hollings Scholarship

Prestigious Award Will Fund Student’s Meteorological, Climate Research

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UMD Leads Sensor Project to Cast a Wide ‘Net’ to Predict, Prepare for Floods

Researchers, Local Leaders to Track Real-time Data in State’s Waterfront Communities

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Back to the Moon—But First, Arizona

UMD Research Scientist Leads Safety Planning for NASA’s Artemis Lunar Test Mission

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Restoring ‘Sight,’ One Child at a Time

New Movie Traces Alum’s Journey From Impoverished Immigrant to Renowned Eye Surgeon Who Treats Blinded Orphan

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UMD Joins Consortium to Improve Accuracy of Weather Forecasts

Atmospheric and Oceanic Science Researchers to Lend Expertise to $6.6M Initiative

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To Hunt for Better Malaria Vaccines, Researchers Turn to Machine Learning

Study Creates Ranking of Drug Development Targets That UMD, UMB Uncovered

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‘The Very Best of What It Means to Be a Terp’

5 Graduating Seniors Honored as Medalist, Finalists Recognized for Stellar Academics, Service, Character

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