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To Hunt for Better Malaria Vaccines, Researchers Turn to Machine Learning

Study Creates Ranking of Drug Development Targets That UMD, UMB Uncovered

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Poultry Researcher Named Fellow of American Association for the Advancement of Science

National Honor Recognizes Outstanding Scientific Contributions

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Roving Reporter

We Road-Test Engineering Students’ New Moon Buggy Concept at NASA

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UMD Spinoff Firm Powers Up State’s First Solid-State Battery Production Line

Researcher’s Green Energy Innovations Will Be Used in Defense Department Electronics

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Economist: EVs Can Help Drive U.S. to Carbon-Neutral Power Grid

Increased Affordability, Expansion in Renewable Energy Make Electric Cars Good Climate Change Fighters

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Finding the Humanity in AI

Feminist Scholar Envisions Tech’s Use to Shape a ‘Different Kind of Future’

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Op/ed: AI Is Moving Fast; AI Regulation Needs to Catch Up

Tech Policy Expert Finds Business Leaders Support Action to Avoid Misuse

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Hal Daumé presents at AIM launch event

At New AI Institute’s Celebration, a Question of ‘Who’s at the Table’

Revolutionary Technology Must Embrace Values and Variety of Perspectives, Speakers Say

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Ecologist Joins American Academy of Arts and Sciences

Margaret Palmer’s Election Brings Number of UMD Faculty in Academy to 22

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President Pines visits elementary students

Pines Takes a ‘Do Good’ Tour

President Gets Close-up View of Researchers Tackling Grand Challenges

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The Dawn of Election Night Computer Forecasting

Journalism Professor’s New Book Details How ‘Mechanical Brains’ Paved Path for Modern-Day Coverage

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Progress on a ‘Human-Driven Problem’

UMD, White House Representative Address Gun Violence Reduction Efforts

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