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A. James Clark School of Engineering

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How Gels Plus Electricity Could One Day Fix You Up Fast

UMD Research Team Develops Alternative to Sutures for Cuts, Tears

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Quantum

$5M NSF Grant to Fund Research on Quantum Internet Foundations

UMD Team Works to Develop Prototype Quantum Routers, Modems

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Better ‘Biobanking’ Could Pay Off for Organ Recipients

New Ways of Preserving Organs and Tissues Needed to Improve Transplants, Make Health Care More Equitable, Researchers Say

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NSF Awards UMD, Partners $4M to Expand National High School Engineering Program

More Students to Have Access to Engineering for US All

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NSF Awards UMD $15M to Lead Mid-Atlantic Innovation Hub

UMD to Collaborate With 9 Universities to Deliver Entrepreneurship Training, Expand Research Impact

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How Tech Can Fill Gaps in Mental Health Care

$1.2M in NSF Funding Supports Researchers’ Work to Connect Patients, Clinicians More Effectively

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Fire Protection Engineers Track a Different Kind of ‘Superspreader’

Research Aims to Make Buildings More Resistant to Wildfire

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Secretary of State: ‘Domestic Renewal’ Needed Through Infrastructure Investments

Blinken Emphasizes Importance of Spending at Home to Remain Global Leader in Campus Speech

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Terps Take Tokyo

As Olympics Open, Meet 6 Alum Athletes Going for Gold

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‘Cool Flame’ Discovered Aboard International Space Station

Maryland Researcher’s Combustion Experiment Could Lead to More Energy-Efficient Engines

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Robot’s Soft Touch Beats Super Mario

Engineers Develop New Approach, Demonstrate 3D-Printed Hand on Classic Nintendo Game

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Rapid-Seal

Revolutionary First-aid Product Born at UMD Enters National Market

Engineering Alum’s Rapid-Seal Aims to Be Game Changer in Bleeding Control

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