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UMBC Scientists and Engineers Celebrate Launch of HARP2 Instrument on NASAs PACE Mission

The Plankton, Aerosol, Cloud, Ocean Ecosystem (PACE) spacecraft rocketed to orbit carrying on board the
Hyper-Angular Rainbow Polarimeter (HARP2) launched into orbit on February 8, just after 1:30 am.(Photo Credits:NASA)

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UMBC Manufacturing Research Center Gets Boost from New Partnership with U.S. Army

The Center for Research in Emergent Manufacturing (CREM)is launching a major new project with the U.S. Army and other partners this year. UMBC has received an initial amount of more than $3 million to fund the first year of the project, which will investigate ways to digitize the army’s supply chain.

UMBC Expands Its Next-Generation Tech Analytics Research With Phase II Of The Center For Accelerated Real Time Analytics

CARTA Phase II, is a five-year initiative that explores data analytics research to develop new accelerated and real-time approaches to address advanced technology integration in industries such as health care, finance, and security.

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Marjoleine Kars, History, on WAMU’s The Diane Rehm Show

A movie released last month tells the story of Solomon Northup, a free black man from upstate New York who was kidnapped and sold into slavery.  “Twelve Years a Slave” powerfully depicts that...

Posted: November 1, 2013, 2:24 PM

Stuart Schwartz, CUERE, in the Baltimore Sun and TakePart

Radishes: They’re not just for salad anymore. In fact, they may be useful for controlling runoff into the Chesapeake. Stuart Schwartz, senior scientist with UMBC’s Center for Urban Environmental...

Posted: October 31, 2013, 6:29 PM