Computer model links stronger seasonal oscillations in carbon dioxide to intensive agriculture.
UMD researchers part of team analyzing images showing the journey of the Rosetta spacecraft’s Philae lander as it approached and then rebounded from its first touchdown on Comet 67P.
ACES partners with the Maryland Center for Women in Computing and WIT, Women in Technology, to send ambassadors to help students in their upcoming competition.
University of Maryland astronomers Lori Feaga and Michael A’Hearn are co-investigators working with an instrument aboard Rosetta called Alice, an ultraviolet spectrograph.
UMD astronomers and physicists will describe the Rosetta mission and answer questions as they watch live coverage of the first-ever soft landing of a spacecraft on a comet.
New study shows that website administrators nationwide tasked with patching security holes exploited by the Heartbleed bug may not have done enough.
Benedetto joins 14 other faculty members and seven alumni of the college who were named inaugural fellows in 2012.
The iGEM competition engages student-led teams from universities across the globe to present novel synthetic biology projects that address real-world problems.