February 1, 2018
Tiny Particles Have Outsized Impact on Storm Clouds and Precipitation
UMD Study Finds Stress Undermines Dual Language Learners’ Engagement in School, Impacting Achievement
IBBR Awarded DOE Grant to Investigate How to Protect an Emerging Biofuel Crop From Disease
UMD Receives Grant to Develop Cultural Literacy Curriculum
Actions may Speak Louder, but Words Provide Context: Visualizing Multimodal Data to Understand Collaboration
Advanced Science News: 'Light-Responsive Pens: Actuated Soft Materials for Nanolithography'
More Research News
Terp Magazine: 'Compound Close-Up'
Roby Looks to Massachusetts for Lessons on Transitioning Community Hospitals to Value-Based Care
Communication Technologies Have Changed How Humans Experience Time
Expanding Partnership between University of Maryland and East China University of Science and Technology
Livemint: 'Making Batteries Safer and Longer-Lasting'
Unsustained Geoengineering Could Have Animals ‘Running’ for Their Lives
Quinn Makes Recommendations to Increase Flu Vaccine Uptake for African Americans
IBBR High School Intern Sarah Gao Named Regeneron Science Talent Search Finalist
Terp Magazine: 'Putting Health at the Center'
Inquisitr: 'Vaccinated Flu Patients Might Shed Infectious Fine Particle Viral RNA More Than Others, New Data Suggests'
CNS: 'Universities Help Maryland Police Rebuild Trust'
Newsweek: 'Three Kinds of Powerful Space Particles Might All Come From Supermassive Black Hole Jets'
UMD Faculty Quotables
Featuring news and op-ed articles that are authored by or include quotes from UMD faculty
Jacobin Mag: Kettl Discusses 'Dark Money At the Pentagon'
The Atlantic: Lorente Talks 'The Libraries Bringing Small-Town News Back to Life'
The Hill: Swagel Authors 'Mnuchin's Straight Talk on Dollar Ruffles F
for Some Reason'
The Bulletin: Fetter Explains 'How to Limit Presidential Authority to Order the Use of Nuclear Weapons'
National Interest: Kruglanski Writes 'Understanding the Global Refugee Crisis: A Tale of 3 Myths'
WNYC: Fisher Shares 'What Data Teaches Us About "The Resistance"'
Baltimore Sun: Kettl Weighs in on How 'Howard School Budget Proposal Aims to End Health Fund Deficits'
Quanta Magazine: Childs Argues 'The Era of Quantum Computing Is Here. Outlook: Cloudy'
The Hill: Braniff and Gallo Author 'New Defense Strategy Requires Paradigm Shift in US Counterterrorism'
Lancaster Farming: Nuckolls Shares Legal Expertise, Warns 'Check Seed Labels and Contracts'
US News: Hanmer Discusses US Reputation and 'The Great Deflation'
Feb. 7: Research on the Hill | Bias-Free Policing
Feb. 20: Aggression, Testosterone and the Biological Basis of Behavior
March 6: More Than a Pretty Picture: The Potential for Art and Design to Create Positive Social Change
March 28: The Ethical Foundations of Human Rights Conference
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