Skip Navigation
MarylandToday

Produced by the Office of Strategic Communications

Subscribe Now

Robotics

Drone hovering over flower

Computer Scientist Creates Hive of Ideas for Drones

Palm-Sized Autonomous Robots Could Help Bees Pollinate Flowers, Search Out Survivors and Watch Patients for Problems

Read More
robot hand

Robot’s Soft Touch Beats Super Mario

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

Read More
Aerial and ground robots in diverse situation.

UMD, UMBC, Army Research Lab Announce $68M Cooperative Agreement to Accelerate AI, Autonomy

Pact Aims to Develop Tech to Reduce Humans’ Workload and Risks on Battlefield, Aid in Search-and-Rescue Missions

Read More
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

Read More
LEGO robot

Doing the Robot All the Way to the Smithsonian

First-year Student’s Creation in ‘Girlhood’ Exhibit

Read More
Hands holding a cane/walker

Creating the Future of Stroke Recovery

$4.6 Million Award to Support Rehabilitation Engineering Research Center

Read More
Students work in the Iribe Center

Amazon Investment Powers Clark School Diversity Initiatives

Collaboration Supports Robotics Fellowships, Support for Underrepresented Groups in Engineering

Read More
Drone lands with organ

History-Making Organ Flight Honored With Award to UAS Test Site

Breakthrough Could Lead to Safer, Faster, More Reliable Deliveries for Transplants Nationwide

Read More
GIF of robot pushing people apart

Sci-Fi Social Distancing?

Researchers Tackle Complexities of Autonomous Robots as a Coronavirus Solution

Read More
A drone flies in the night sky

‘Faster, Safer, Cheaper’

A woman’s lifesaving new kidney arrived by drone, and the nation’s transplant system may never be the same.

Read More
Brendan Iribe building dedication speech

Dedication for Home to Innovation

Brendan Iribe Center for Computer Science and Engineering Expected to Transform Region’s Tech Corridor

Read More
Rickey Gates running in San Francisco

Pathfinding Prof

Mountaintop Meeting Spurs Computerized Collaboration on Runner’s Project to Hit Every San Francisco Street

Read More
Current Page is 1

Maryland Today is produced by the Office of Strategic Communications for the University of Maryland community weekdays during the academic year, except for university holidays.