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Tulips by the sundial on McKeldin Mall

Three Professors Named to National Academy of Sciences

Economist, Geologist and Engineer Bring UMD’s Total to 24

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Nicole Yunger Halpern wearing steampunk attire

Researcher’s New Book Puts Physics’ Past and Future in Literary Blender

Sci-Fi Excursions Enliven Deep Dive Into Quantum Thermodynamics

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George Li, Kevin Tu and Patrick Kim

3 Terps Named 2022 Goldwater Scholars

UMD’s 35 Scholarships in the Past Decade Rank Second in Nation

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UMD Scientist Helps Fuel Hopes for Nuclear Fusion

Breakthrough Once Thought Impossible Brings Bountiful Clean Energy Closer to Reality

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Research: Quantum Computers Can Be Better Than the Sum of Their Parts

‘Teamwork’ Employed Inside Quantum Computer Chips Can Cut Error Rates, Boost Reliability of Devices

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UMD Invests Over $10M in Research Equipment to Drive Discovery, Innovation

Labs Focused on Quantum Technology, Energy Storage, Neuroscience and More Getting Big Upgrades

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COVID-19 patients receive food at a makeshift hospital in Bengaluru, India

Sending Help Home as Pandemic Rages

Alum-Founded Nonprofit Helps India Fight a Fierce Second COVID Wave

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UMD Physicist Elected to National Academy of Sciences

Alessandra Buonanno Helped Lead Project That Discovered Gravitational Waves

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Naveen Raman ’22, Ela Rockafellow ’22 and Sanketh Andhavarapu ’23

Three Terps Named 2021 Goldwater Scholars

UMD’s 37 Scholarships in Past Decade Rank Second in Nation

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Revolutionary Computing Company Created at Maryland to Go Public

IonQ Competing to Bring Practical Quantum Computers to Market

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Is It All in Your Head—or in Your Gut? Or Both?

Maryland Researchers Work to Understand ‘Gut-Brain Axis’ to Conquer Disease

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Jeremy Shuler portrait

UMD Welcomes 16-year-old Ph.D. Student

Cornell’s Youngest Grad Enrolls to Study Particle Physics

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