Joshua Cooksey’s green thumb put him on a path to scientific discovery.
Pavel Khrimian’s (B.S. ’00, biochemistry) biotech startup sets its sights on cancer and inflammatory diseases with an ambitious mission and next-generation technology.
Their method successfully counteracted two highly addictive drugs—fentanyl and methamphetamine—in lab experiments.
Poulin will use the award to further his research in bacterial biofilm production, a microbiological process with implications for the diagnosis, treatment and prevention of disease.
Judith Giordan (Ph.D. ’80, chemistry), former Fortune 100 executive and 2023 American Chemical Society president, shares her story about what catalyzed her to pursue chemistry.
How Thomas Geisler (B.S. ’21, mathematics; B.S. ’21, computer science) transitioned from the U.S. Army to the University of Maryland and a career as a software engineer.
The new Michael and Eugenia Brin Endowed Chair in Mathematics conducts research at the crossroads of math, biology and anthropogenic climate change.
In UMD’s unique Student Initiated Courses, student instructors can share their passions with their peers while developing invaluable leadership and teaching skills.
New research highlights the critical link between island and marine ecosystems, as well as the importance of coordinated conservation efforts.