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LZ detector shown in mile deep mine

Deep in a South Dakota Gold Mine, UMD Physicists Prospect for Dark Matter

A ‘Eureka’ Moment Could Rewrite Standard Model of Particle Physics, Basic Understanding of Forces in Universe

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ice rift

Research at the Frozen End of the Earth

On Coast of Antarctica, Geology Team Investigates Ins and Outs of World’s Largest Ice Shelf

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Deserted street in downtown Cairo at night

A Side Effect of COVID Lockdowns: Less Violence in Middle East

UMD Researcher’s Study Tracked ISIS Attacks in Egypt, Iraq and Syria

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Red and white glass in Physical Sciences Complex

Seven Faculty Researchers Named AAAS Fellows

National Honor Recognizes Outstanding Scientific Contributions

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drug needle on beach

$1M NSF Grant to Help Researchers Unravel Illegal Opioid Market Operations

Study Aimed at Fentanyl and Other Drugs Could Also Shed Light on Human Smuggling, Wildlife Poaching

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white electric cars are lined up getting charged at an EV charging station

More EV Charging Stations Amp Up Home Values

Study Demonstrates Growing Consumer Demand for Climate-friendly Infrastructure

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Black-legged tick larva

Terps Take on Ticks

New Discoveries Offer Hope in Fight Against Lyme and Other Diseases

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students walk on McKeldin Mall

UMD Announces Independent Scholarship, Research and Creativity Award Recipients

Program Supports Faculty Projects With Grants

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Deb Niemeier

Engineering Researcher Honored in Nation’s Oldest Science Awards Series

Deb Niemeier, Who Focuses on Climate and Disaster Resilience, to Receive $250,000 Franklin Institute Award

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Quynh Nguyen walks in crosswalk

Uncovering Connections Between Built Environment and Health

Researchers Use Google Street View, Patient Records to Create Database

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Aerial view of rice terraces in Chế Cu Nha, Vietnam

Global Land Programme’s Headquarters Is UMD-Bound

Network’s Thousands of Scientists Study Issues Ranging From Global Carbon Emissions to Food Security

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Enceladus

UMD-led Team’s Laser Device Can Help Detect Signs of Life on Other Planets

Miniature Analyzer May Revolutionize Astrobiology Discoveries

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