The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimates that almost 33 cents of every dollar spent on health care in the U.S. goes to hospitals – and that’s excluding what your doctor bills you separately. But hospital pricing isn’t just expensive. It’s also murky.
A health economist writes that making COVID-19 testing accessible, accurate, and fast is critical to slowing transmission of the virus.
A historian reflects on how governments and societies have traditionally responded to low marriage and birthrates with various persuasion techniques.
In June 2021 several popular Black creators were so fed up with having their dances stolen they decided to go on strike, says Jill Vasbinder, senior lecturer in dance.
In its third year, UMBC’s CoLab program gave nine students experience in public-facing research projects focusing on civil rights, urban forests, and radical literature
Different disciplines are training up social justice-minded students to do no harm in the communities they work with, one thriving relationship at a time.
By leading the team behind the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine, Kizzmekia Corbett has already changed the world—she is also helping change the future of research.
STEM professionals need to prioritize the social impact of their work. Interdisciplinary teams at UMBC are researching methods to support these efforts.
AIs can generate fake reports convincing enough to trick cybersecurity experts. These AIs could hinder efforts to defend against cyberattacks.
UMBC artists are once again in the limelight at the annual SPARK pop-up gallery, a joint project with Towson University that can be enjoyed in person through June 26 at Maryland Art Place in downtown Baltimore.