UMD-led research suggests that cells in developing fruit fly air sacs extend armlike projections to physically grab signaling proteins.
UMD geologist Richard Ash developed a mass spectrometry standardization method for generating a timeline of thallium poisoning by analyzing the victim’s hair.
Using miniature sensors strapped to bats, researchers tracked the animals’ locations and calls to determine whether they searched for food alone or with others.
Research by Distinguished University Professor Emeritus of Computer Science Ben Shneiderman found factors that raise the average number of citations that a university research paper receives.
Have you ever wanted to see a comet with your own eyes?
Danielle Arons, Deirdre Dolan, Somachukwu Umeozulu and Cosette Zacarias honored as four of the university’s most successful seniors.