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A. James Clark School of Engineering

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A New Use for Shellfish Waste: Extending the Shelf Life of Produce

Engineered Material Also Absorbs Pesticides, Herbicides for Easier Washing

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New UMD Tech Predicts Ship-Sinking Rogue Waves

Researchers Base Artificial Intelligence System on Measurements of Billions of Ocean Waves

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$2.3M in State Grants Awarded to UMD-Affiliated Innovation Projects

Maryland Department of Commerce funding to Support Advances in Energy Storage, Materials, Quantum and More

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Student Team Wins World’s Largest College Rocket Competition

Terps Look Ahead to Higher Altitudes, Broadened Membership Next Year

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Bar None: How a Terp Invented One of the Biggest Innovations in Retail

The UPC, Created 50 Years Ago, Still Shapes Our Shopping

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For a Girl With Cerebral Palsy, a Lacrosse Goal Achieved

College Park Academy Students Design Adaptive Stick as Part of Engineering for Us All Program

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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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Roving Reporter

We Road-Test Engineering Students’ New Moon Buggy Concept at NASA

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UMD Spinoff Firm Powers Up State’s First Solid-State Battery Production Line

Researcher’s Green Energy Innovations Will Be Used in Defense Department Electronics

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Carving New Life Into Dead Wood

Alum’s Chainsaw Sculptures Celebrate Nature Throughout D.C. Area

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Groundbreaking Plasma Innovation Shines as Top Invention of the Year

Innovate Maryland Also Celebrates Research on AI Detection, Cancer Treatment, Quantum Computing

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