UMD entomologist Anahí Espíndola says insects are under threat, but there is still time to change course.
A new tool aids in the search for new quantum error correction schemes—including the Holy Grail of self-correcting quantum error correction.
Gov. Larry Hogan announces Maryland Mesonet project to enhance state’s critical infrastructure and preparedness
UMD astronomer Sylvain Veilleux served as co-principal investigator of this latest glimpse into the early universe.
UMD Computer Science's Rance Cleaveland spent the last four years as director of the National Science Foundation’s Division of Computing and Communications Foundations (CCF).
Neighborhood street trees in Baltimore tell a tale of both historical racial discrimination and modern reparation, according to new UMD-led study.