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Innovation @ UMD

November 29
UMD-Led Team Creates Novel Material that Potentially Offers an Efficient, Eco-Friendly Advance in Cooling Technology
Work by UMD’s Ichiro Takeuchi and team to create novel green cooling material is featured in the journal Science
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November 27
Two UMD Scientists Named Fellows of the American Association for the Advancement of Science
Ellen D. Williams, Distinguished University Professor of Physics and John R. Townshend, Research Professor/Emeritus Professor of Geographical Sciences named 2019 AAAS Fellows
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November 11
Study Reveals How Two Strains of One Bacterium Combine to Cause Flesh-Eating Infection
 An international team including University of Maryland scientists revealed how genetic variations in a single species of bacteria can amplify infection.
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October 7
Rare “Lazarus Superconductivity” Observed in Promising, Rediscovered Material
In a uranium-based compound once dismissed as uninteresting, scientists watched superconductivity arise, disappear, then return under the influence of high magnetic fields 
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September 10
UMD Scientists Discover Hidden Differences May Help Cells Evade Drug Therapy
The discovery suggests “functional mosaicism” could explain some antibiotic resistance and cancer relapse
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August 22
University of Maryland Launches Quantum Technology Center
The new research center will catalyze the development of high-impact quantum technologies
Humans and computers joint create AI stumping trivia questions then compete to answer them August 7
Seeing How Computers ‘Think’ When Answering Questions Can Lead to More Intelligent Machines Say UMD Researchers
 University of Maryland researchers created 1,213 questions in collaboration with computers to identify flaws in machine-learning language models
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August 5
UMD Researchers Are Awarded $1.5M Grant to Understand Social Media Information Campaigns
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July 31
University of Maryland-Phillips Collection Book Prize Goes to 'Sculpture at the Ends of Slavery'
Winning manuscript by Caitlin Beach addresses sculpture’s relationship to slavery and abolition in transatlantic contexts
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July 24
Scientists Identify New Genetic Interactions that May Impact Cancer Outcomes
UMD and NCI researchers find 2 distinct relationships between gene pairs in tumor cells that could potentially be targeted for cancer therapy
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June 14
UMD Joins the Race to Create Universal Flu Vaccine, Supported by New $3.1 Million NIH Grant
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June 6
UMD Researcher Develops Digital Preschool Curriculum to Improve Early Childhood Learning
Developed by UMD researchers, former teachers, and graduate students, “Children Study Their World” is a collaboration with Maryland State Department of Education, Smithsonian
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May 30
Transgenic Fungus Rapidly Killed Malaria Mosquitoes in West African Study
Technology developed at the University of Maryland could safely reduce malaria mosquito populations, including insecticide-resistant strains 
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  A calorimeters used in latest cold fusion work.  (Photo courtesy: C Berlinguette  et al/Nature) May 28
Scientists Revisit the Cold Case of Cold Fusion
Four academic laboratories partner with Google to explore how materials science can help make fusion more accessible 
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May 16
UMD ‘Hyperdimensional’ AI Might Lead to Major League Improvements in Robotic Abilities
Work by UMD computer scientists offers a way to radically enhance the ability of AI to translate sensory input into robotic movement. 
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