A python-tracking study is paving the way in decreasing the python problem in the Everglades, while further advancing optics research and system design.
Viruses are arguably nature’s powerhouses for genetic innovation. Humans are likely here today because of them.
UMBC is excited to announce the 32nd annual Alumni Awards. While the in-person ceremony may be smaller than past years, we are celebrating more alumni than ever.
“Be willing to be an independent thinker and be willing to be wrong,” says graduate student Amanda Belunis as ways to succeed in analytical chemistry.
A recent graduate reflects on the mentoring lessons learned through the Meyerhoff Program that he’ll bring with him to Harvard and beyond.
Three alumnae discuss how their time at UMBC impacted their professional trajectories. Now, they’re paving the way for the next generation of leaders.
In some cases, it allows females to generate their own mating partners.
Researchers across UMBC are using unique, interdisciplinary approaches to explore global environmental challenges
As scientists study how the Arctic affects and is affected by climate change, the work of Kurtz and others will fill in a crucial knowledge gap.
Kaitlyn Sadtler ’11 leads study to learn how many Americans have been exposed to SARS-CoV-2.