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Sacoby Wilson works with students conducting local air monitoring

Meta Gifts $1.75 Million to UMD to Boost Environmental Justice and Health Equity

Tech Company’s Support to Enable Internships, Fund Staffing and Grow Yearly Symposium

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Prosthetic heart valve

UMD Scientists ID Molecular Culprit in Medical Implant Rejections

Cell Signaling System Triggers Scarring, Inflammation When It Detects Mismatch Between Implants and Body Tissues

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Boarded-up rowhouses

UMD Study Shows Lower Life Expectancy in Redlined Neighborhoods

Long-Defunct Housing Discrimination Policies From 1930s Continue to Harm Baltimore Residents

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Simulation of bacteria communities interacting

Researchers Rethink the Wild World of Species Diversity in Microbes

New Framework Designed to Expand Understanding of Bacterial Community Interactions, Evolution

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President Donald Trump supporters storm the United States Capitol building in Washington, D.C.

Washington Post-UMD Poll Finds Public Opinion Entrenched One Year After Capitol Attack

Americans Divided in Their Beliefs About Trump’s Responsibility for the Insurrection, and in Their Pride in U.S. Democracy

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Global COVID-19 Survey by UMD, Facebook Earns Likes

Survey Launched at Pandemic’s Onset Proves It Can Function as Early Warning System for Changes in Outbreaks

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UMD students volunteer to help with voting at the Xfinity Center in the November 2020 presidential election.

Surveys: UMD Students’ Voting Rate Soared in 2020—But They Worry About Democracy

Terps More Engaged Than Students Nationally, Research Finds

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Banking on Happiness

UMD Research Finds People Try to Store Happy Moments to Cope With Bad Ones

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Making Moves to Counter Misinformation

Communication Researchers Test Ways to Spread Truth During Health Crises

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Illustration of person climbing broken ladder as a hand adds the missing piece

When Helping Hurts the Helper

Business Research Suggests There Are Right and Wrong Ways to Offer Assistance

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Drone Experts Help NASA, NOAA Solve Sea Rescue Problems

Research Supports Global Search and Rescue Network

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Empty airport

Amid Arrival of New COVID Variant, UMD Expert Directs Attention to What Works

While Little Is Known About Omicron, Public Health Researcher Says Masking, Vaccines, Boosters Curtail Hospitalizations, Deaths

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