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A. James Clark School of Engineering

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Relatable Renovation for DIY Dummies

Alum’s Home Improvement Videos Garner Thousands of TikTok, Instagram Followers

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Studies Shed Light on Gender Imbalance in Construction

More Barriers, Pervasive Bias Suppress Women’s Representation in Industry

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Do Suddenly Self-Centered Brain Cells Promote Disease?

NSF Award Funds UMD Alzheimer’s Research Into Brain Glucose Metabolism

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UMD Researchers Help Launch a Planetary Defense

Astronomers, Engineers Were Key to NASA DART Mission That ‘Smacked’ Asteroid

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Aerospace Engineering Teams Soar Again With Helicopter Designs at International Competition

Undergrads Win, Graduate Students Place Second for Plans That Accommodate Passengers With Disabilities

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Alumnus Makes $25M Commitment to Fund New Engineering Facility

Interdisciplinary Building, Named for Stanley R. Zupnik ’59, to Help Prepare Graduates to Solve Grand Challenges

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UMD Engineers Get Cracking on Sustainability With Crab Shell-based Battery

Biodegradable Electrolyte Could Lessen Pollution Burden of Electric Vehicles

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Researcher’s Discovery Offers Hope for Tendon Injury Repair

Naturally Occurring Enzyme Found to Restore Functionality in Slow-to-Heal Connective Tissue

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‘They Are Playing With a Huge Fire’

With Ukraine’s Massive Zaporizhzhia Plant in Putin’s Crosshairs, Nuclear Facilities Must Be Taken off Battlefield, UMD Risk Expert Says

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A Sprinkling of Truth

First Episode of New ‘Ask an Engineer’ Video Series Separates Fire Sprinkler System Fact From Fiction

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Fall 2022’s New Terps on the Mall

Meet 10 Standout First-Year Students as They Join UMD

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How Deep-Space Destruction Led to a ‘Rubble Pile’

UMD Researcher’s Modeling of Bennu’s Formation Helps Explain Asteroid Interiors

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