UMD's IBBR to study the efficacy of immune responses in animal models of its HCV vaccine candidates.Read the Full Article
A new analytical tool suggests that human societies can reach a steady state that is sustainable when they do not over-deplete natural resources and avoid extreme economic inequality…
The talented TU duo also discussed their debate prep strategies on WYPR-FM radio Friday morning.
Faculty and student researchers, public health experts, community members and state partners will join together at the University of Maryland to discuss current and emerging public…
An interdisciplinary team of five UMD graduate students has taken first place in the 2014 Urban Land Institute / Gerald D. Hines Student Urban Design Competition.
Two very different Towson University departments have collaborated to create the first prototype of a hand brace to be made by a 3-D printer.
The University of Maryland will offer a new master's degree program in technology entrepreneurship starting this fall.
Distinguished University Professor Ira Berlin was awarded the W.E.B. Du Bois Medal for 2014 by Harvard University's Hutchins Center for African and African American Research.
Popy Akter-winner of the American Chemical Society (ACS) award for the most outstanding undergraduate student in Chemistry at Coppin State University
Popy Akter is the winner of the American Chemical Society (ACS) award for being the most outstanding undergraduate student in Chemistry at Coppin State University.
The Towson team now begins preparation for the national competition to be held in San Antonio later this month.
Women's lacrosse defeats CAA rival Delaware in overtime, men fall at Hofstra