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  • Physics Prof. Martins discusses his climate satellite on NPR

    Dr. Vanderlei Martins, UMBC Professor of Physics, was on NPR this week to discuss his CubeSat, a tiny satellite which measures atmospheric composition from space. The NPR interview is available...
    Posted: February 18, 2015 9:52 PM
  • UMBC-UMB Partnership Awards a Catalyst for Collaboration

    UMBC and UMB celebrate research partnerships with symposium and innovation grants. [story re-posted from] Celebrating the rapid growth of our collaborative research programs,...
    Posted: February 17, 2015 1:48 PM
  • UMBC-UMB Partnership Symposium celebrates collaboration

    New grants awarded and previous recipients report progress
    Inaugural UMBC-UMB Research and Innovation Partnership Symposium celebrates cross-campus collaboration By Sarah Hansen Right: UMB President Jay Perman (left), UMBC President Freeman Hrabowski...
    Posted: February 12, 2015 9:33 PM
  • The Science of Attraction

    Biologist Tamra Mendelson explains how sexual selection plays a major role in the evolution of vibrant features, from stripes to tail feathers. Male cardinals are red. Male peacocks have...
    Posted: February 11, 2015 10:08 PM
  • Timothy Nohe Selected as Warnock Foundation Social Innovator

    by Sierra Francis Tim Nohe, UMBC Professor of Visual Arts and director of the Center for Innovation, Research and Creativity in the Arts has recently been selected by the Warnock Foundation as...
    Posted: February 10, 2015 12:31 PM
  • UMBC visits Japan to kick off cybersecurity partnership

    Steiner and Moreira represent UMBC at Kyushu University
    By Sarah Hansen UMBC Vice President for Research Karl V. Steiner and Vice Provost for Academic Affairs Antonio Moreira traveled to Fukuoka, Japan for the opening of Japan’s first academic...
    Posted: February 9, 2015 3:26 PM
  • Prof. Kate Brown Awarded Alfred J. Beveridge Prize by AHA

    by Sierra Francis For the year of 2014, UMBC Professor of History Kate Brown was awarded the Alfred J. Beveridge prize by the American Historical Association for her new book, Plutopia. This...
    Posted: January 7, 2015 4:16 PM