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A. James Clark School of Engineering

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From Magical Machines to Real-World Design

Legend of Zelda Inspires New Engineering Course

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Into the MikeVerse

Engineering Keystone Instructor’s Funny, Informative Videos Garner Cult Following

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UMD Researchers’ ‘Cooling Glass’ Blasts Building Heat Into Space

New Coating Can Be Applied to Exterior Surfaces to Reduce AC Use, Fight Climate Change

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An Enduring Call to Serve

Military Experiences Shape Terp Veterans’ Work at UMD

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Philip Merrill Presidential Scholars Program Honors Top Students and Their Mentors

Program Provides $1,500 UMD Scholarships in K-12 Teachers’ Names

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New Battery Technology Could Lead to Safer, High-Energy Electric Vehicles

UMD Researchers Develop Way to Prevent Damage That Plagues Next-Gen Lithium Batteries

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Alumnus Receives National Medal of Technology and Innovation

Biden Recognizes Jeong H. Kim Ph.D. ’91 for Advances in Broadband Optical Systems, Data Communications, Wireless Technologies

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UMD Researchers Combine Three Technologies to Fight Metastatic Cancer With Light

Approach Could Diminish Treatment Variability Between Patients, Reduce Side Effects

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UMD to Become National Headquarters for Clark Scholars Program Network

A. James & Alice B. Clark Foundation Makes $20.6M Investment to Give Program Permanent Home

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Students to Observe Eclipses With Precision Balloon Launches

Team to Collect Data on Saturday, April 2024 for Atmospheric Scientists’ Weather Modeling

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UMD Tech Tool Aims to Make Workplaces More Inclusive for Autistic People

Video Platform Designed by Neurodiverse Team Could Improve Communications for All

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The Cool Day Jobs of UMD’s Adjunct Professors

How 5 Lecturers Bring Real-World Expertise to the Classroom

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