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Mechanical Engineering

image of new battery electrolyte

Batteries Beyond Lithium

UMD, Army Researchers Develop New Electrolyte to Bolster Rechargeable Tech, Bypass Raw Material Shortages

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Oxygen mask

$3.6M NSF Grant Supports Researchers’ Work to Create ‘Third Lung’

Treatment Spurred by COVID-19 Pandemic Has Much Broader Applications for Respiratory Failure Patients

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robot hand

Robot’s Soft Touch Beats Super Mario

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

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Kim Building

Engineering Student Receives Knight-Hennessy Scholarship

Prestigious Award, Which Aims to Create Multidisciplinary, Multicultural Community of Scholars, to Fund Doctoral Studies at Stanford

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Broken Amazon tablet

Oops-Proofing

A Collaboration Between CRR and Amazon Lab126 Seeks to Understand How Devices Can Be More Durable

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Opera singers perform with masks

Blown Away

UMD Research Seeks to Minimize Risks of Performing Together; New Tech Supports Students’ Learning

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Busy hospital

A Tech Rx for COVID Recovery at Home

Clark Scholar’s New Technology Takes on Hospital Overcrowding

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Scallops

UMD-Led Team Awarded $10M to Modernize Shellfish Farming

Smart Tech Has Potential to Improve Industry’s Sustainability, Economic Impact

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Women from Terps Racing working on race cars

Revving Toward Representation

On Terps Racing Team, More Women Than Ever Take the Wheel

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Robot surgery on dummy

Could a Robotic Surgical Assistant Join the Ambulance Crew?

Engineer’s Device Aims to Help Keep Patients Alive En Route to Hospital

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The solar-powered Pride of Maryland, designed and built by students, shown here with then Vice President Al Gore, placed third in the 1990 GM Sunrayce USA.

Born to Sun

Clark School to Welcome Home a History-Making Solar Car

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Sunny skyline

A Cool Use for Wood

Researchers Develop Eco-Friendly Buildings Material That Doubles as AC

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