The spread of AI raises a number of privacy concerns, but in a twist, AI can also help mitigate many of these privacy problems.
From an economist’s perspective, Americans facing increased financial stress because of the pandemic are less likely to seek medical help for coronavirus symptoms.
What makes something smell good or bad? A UMBC biology lab studying the brain and sense of smell addresses our reactions to pleasant and unpleasant odors.
A life-long ornithophile walks readers through spotting the Baltimore Oriole in its natural habitat.
Without randomized-controlled trial evidence to guide them, doctors risk wasting resources on ineffective treatments or causing harm to patients.
After years in development, and months of waiting, a UMBC-developed mini satellite launched into space studies climate and air quality, proving persistence pays off.
The FDA approved Remdesivir as an emergency use treatment for the most acute cases of COVID-19.
As the world takes on the challenges of the COVID-19 crisis, bwtech finds itself in the position to innovate in more ways than ever.
An infectious diseases doctor shares safety guidelines for dealing with deceased loved ones and the reasons why, from a scientific perspective.
Stories like The Decameron give us a window into medieval life during the Black Death – and how some of the same fissures opened up between the rich and the poor.