It’s not your ears, it’s your brain
UMD neuroscience research shows older adults’ brain processing contributes to diminished speech comprehension, even with normal hearing.
UMD Physicists Discover “Smoke Rings” Made of Laser Light
3D ring structures made by high-intensity lasers could aid the design of powerful microscopes and more efficient telecommunication lines
“Lifeline Across the Bay” Marks Milestone for the University of Maryland
First-of-its-Kind Flight Across the Chesapeake Bay
DOE Awards $1.25M to UMERC Researchers to Develop Safer, Better Batteries
The Department of Energy awards UMD research on safer, better Lithium-ion battery technology as part of a $137 million investment in vehicle efficiency.
Wood Windows are Cooler than Glass
Study shows natural microstructures in transparent wood key to lighting & insulation advantages
Newly Discovered Blue Whirl Fire Tornado Burns Cleaner for Reduced Emissions; Could Lead to Better Oil Spill Cleanup
University of Maryland Wind Tunnel Media Day, July 8
University of Maryland offers reporters the chance to experience hurricane-force winds firsthand.
Unmanned Aircraft Systems Experts Available to Comment on FAA’s Small UAS Rule
University of Maryland Unmanned Aircraft Systems Test Site Weighs in on Impact of FAA’s Part 107 Rule
UMD Transportation Experts Issue Impact Reports, Forecasts for WMATA’s SafeTrack
First Safety Surge Poses Minimal Effects on Area Traffic, Measurable Crowding on Metrorail
University of Maryland Transportation Experts to Offer Insights on Potential Impact of WMATA’s SafeTrack
Media call scheduled for Thursday, June 2 at 10 a.m. ET.
First 3D Bioprinted Placenta Model for Study of Preeclampsia Created at Sheikh Zayed Institute for Pediatric Surgical Innovation at Children's National Health System
Bioprinted study model could lead to new treatments for preeclampsia, other pregnancy conditions
University of Maryland Center for Orbital Debris Education and Research Announces 2016 Workshop and Call for Papers
Academically led center will lead its second workshop to connect academia, industry and government to address critical issues in orbital debris policy, management and mitigation.
More Salt, More Power: UMD, ARL Researchers Building Better Batteries
A View Through Wood Shows Futuristic Applications
Transparent wood made at UMD could create new windows, cars and solar panels
Scientists blend coinage metals to obtain alloys better than gold
Nine UMD Faculty Members Receive Prestigious CAREER Awards from the National Science Foundation
UMD’s Anya Jones Receives Presidential Early Career Award
UMD Team Selected to Participate in International Solar Decathlon
Hubbard Elected to the National Academy of Engineering
Aerospace Engineering Samuel P. Langley Distinguished Professor James E. Hubbard, Jr. elected to the National Academy of Engineering.
You'll Never Be-Leaf What Makes up This Battery
UMD materials scientists bake oak leaf, add sodium to cook up new large-scale battery possibility