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A. James Clark School of Engineering

Man helps child put on face mask

UMD, Partners Look for Ways to Make Children’s Masks Safer

Pioneering Research of Fit, Effectiveness Could Help Lead to Manufacturing Standards

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A Better Plan for Secondhand

Alum’s Streamlined Furniture Resale Website Aims to Cushion the Stress of Online Sales

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U.S. News Ranks UMD’s Online Graduate Engineering, MBA Programs in Top Tier

Degree, Certificate Programs Recognized for Faculty and Student Excellence

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Nuclear Energy Pioneer Inducted Into IHOF

José Reyes Helped Launch First Small Modular Reactor

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Students walk on McKeldin Mall

Computer Scientist Elected Fellow of National Academy of Inventors

Ming Lin, Innovator in Virtual Reality, Computer Graphics and Robotics, Becomes 10th UMD Faculty Member Honored

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$1.14M From State Matches New Iribe Gift to Establish 2 Endowed Professorships

Expert Faculty Members to Conduct Research in Robotics, Autonomy, Machine Learning

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Drone Experts Help NASA, NOAA Solve Sea Rescue Problems

Research Supports Global Search and Rescue Network

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A South Pole Defense

Aerospace Engineering Doctoral Student Defends Dissertation From Far, Far Away

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collage including (from left) Luke Skywalker, the Home Alone kdi and George Clooney in Oceans 11

How ‘Home Alone’ Helped Unlock Brain Scan Data

Using Hit Films, UMD Neuroscientists Uncovered Latent Information to Illuminate Brain Activity Over Time

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Balloon Payload Program Surpasses 100-launch Milestone

For 18 Years, Student Organization Has Sent Science Sky-high

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UMD Joins Partnership to Strengthen Building Codes Through Climate Science

Details Will Be Topic of Session at Closely Watched U.N. Climate Conference

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Two students work at 3D printing station in Terrapin Works facility

You Can Make It at Maryland

8 Campus Makerspaces Where Terps Turn Out the Next Big Thing

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