March 16, 2018
Targeting HIV: Moving Closer to a Potential Cure
UMD Researchers Revolutionize Oxidative Stress Diagnostics
Economic Impacts of Trade War Threats
UMD Researcher Invents New Tool for Identifying and Assessing Wetlands
Students With Emotional Regulation Issues Could be Susceptible to Prescription Painkiller Misuse
Forty Years of Data Quantifies Benefits of Bt Corn Adoption Across a Wide Variety of Crops for the First Time
Improving Speech Intelligibility Testing with New EEG Methods
MPower Day Highlights Impact, Innovation
More Research News
EmaxHealth: 'Why Should Hospitals Reduce Unnecessary Antibiotic Use To Fight Transmission of Multidrug-Resistant Organisms'
Times of India: 'Exploitation of Groundwater in India for Meeting Short-Term Demand Can Hamper Long-Term Goals, Expert Says'
Environmental Impacts and Nutritional Quality of Rapidly Changing Diets
Physics at the Edge of the World
National Law Review: 'New Initiative Examines Ethics of Research Using ‘Pervasive’ Data'
International Business Times: 'Moon Sized Planetary Collision Behind Origin of Gold, Says NASA Funded Study'
Research Features: 'Understanding the World as a Robot'
IEEE Spectrum: 'New Smartphone Sensor Checks Your Blood Pressure'
BIOE Postdoc Recognized for Early Colon Cancer Detection Research
Maryland UAS Experts Join Humanitarian Effort to Rebuild a Devastated Dominica
Guyana Chronicle: 'Finding Common Cause'
Symbiont Health Wins UMD Pitch Dingman Competition, Chaired by Robert Hisaoka
UMD Faculty Quotables
Featuring news and op-ed articles that are authored by or include quotes from UMD faculty
Washington Post: Aberman Authors 'The Politically Woke Consumer Just Might Be What Our Democracy Needs'
Al Jazeera: Khamis Discusses 'Arrested, Banned, Exiled: Egypt's Dissenting Voices'
Wall Street Journal: Swagel Says 'Big Banks Get a Big Win in Senate Rollback Bill'
New Yorker: Raupp Weighs in On What to Do 'When Twenty-Six Thousand Stinkbugs Invade Your Home'
Chronicle of Higher Education: Rolston Quoted in 'Quiet White House Science Office Stirs Fears but Also Raises Some Hopes'
Toledo Blade: Williams Comments on Michigan State University's Project to 'Build Global Slave Trade Paper Trail'
Baltimore Sun: Lushniak Discusses Role of Public Health Research in 'Universities Step Up Gun Violence Research Even as Federal Government Shies Away'
Frederick News Post: Atchison Comments on 'Diversity in Tech Fields'
MIT Technology Review: Childs Discusses Quantum Noise in 'Google Thinks It’s Close to “Quantum Supremacy.” Here’s What That Really Means.'
March 26-30: BSOS International Week
March 28: The Ethical Foundations of Human Rights Conference
April 5: Smart Cities Workshop: The Baltimore Avenue Connected Communities Initiative
April 11: The Political Landscape: Dealing with Hate and Bias in Washington: Courageous Conversations with Mara Liasson
April 18: 5th Annual Parren J. Mitchell Symposium: Race & Wealth Inequality: Examining Shades of Opportunity