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October 21, 2014 Blind Cave Fish May Provide Insight on Eye Disease and Other Human Health Issues
October 22, 2014 Kartik Sheth (Ph.D. ’01, Astronomy) Analyzes Galaxy NGC 1291, Which is Marked by Unusual Ring where Newborn Stars are Igniting - NASA
October 22, 2014 UMD Researchers Studying Online Behavior to Make Networks Safer – The Gazette
October 22, 2014 Geology’s Thomas Holtz Clears Up the Mystery of a Dinosaur’s Horrible Hands - Nature
October 23, 2014 Professor Russell Dickerson Co-authors Study Revealing Record Leaks of Methane From Oil Shale Boom Areas – E&E ClimateWire
October 24, 2014 Help Revolutionize Classroom Learning and Research with 3-D Printed Fossils, Maps and Rocks
October 24, 2014 Entomology’s Dennis vanEngelsdorp Talks Colony Collapse Disorder in Maryland Bee Populations - Capital News Service
October 27, 2014 Climate Fixes Need Realistic Compromises, Says Professor Raghu Murtugudde - Live Science
October 28, 2014 Astronomy’s Derek Richardson Studies Possible Avalanche on an Asteroid, Due to Close Pass with Earth – Science magazine
October 28, 2014 Computer Science’s Jonathan Katz Weighs in on High Schoolers' Access to Computer Science Classes – USA Today
October 29, 2014 Ivonne Díaz-Claisse (M.A., '95, Applied Mathematics) Founded Organization that Promotes Hispanic and Latino Mentorship – NJ Spotlight
October 29, 2014 Dave Baggett's (B.S. '92, Computer Science, Linguistics) Company Inky Untangles The Messy Blob That Is Your Email - Forbes
October 29, 2014 UMD World Bank Workshop Builds International Relationships at Earth System Science Interdisciplinary Center
October 30, 2014 Emerging Disease Could Wipe Out American, European Salamanders
October 30, 2014 UMD Students Design an Assistive Technology for Blind Children – The Diamondback
October 30, 2014 College Ranks High in First U.S. News Best Global Universities
October 31, 2014 UMD-Goddard Programs Offer Students Out-of-this-world Opportunities - Washington Post
October 31, 2014 UMD and NIST Announce the Creation of the Joint Center for Quantum Information and Computer Science
November 4, 2014 Nicholas Caruso (M.S. '11, Biology) Studies Salamanders to Size Up Climate Change – University of Alabama
November 4, 2014 Two Graduate Students in the College Named ARCS Scholars
November 5, 2014 Akiva Cohen (B.S. ’85, Microbiology; M.S. ’89, Zoology) Receives Prestigious NIH Award
November 5, 2014 Computer Science’s Elaine Shi Helped Develop ShadowCrypt, a Browser Extension that Brings Encrypted Messing to Any Website – MIT Technology Review
November 6, 2014 Biological Sciences and Computer Science Major Fang Cao Received the University's 2014 Spirit of Maryland Award
November 6, 2014 Rare 2.5 Billion-year-old Rocks Reveal a Hot Spot of Sulfur-breathing Bacteria
November 6, 2014 Pooja Sankar (M.S. ’04, Computer Science) Helps Companies Recruit Female Tech Talent - CIO