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.
Kizzmekia Corbett’s team was the first to demonstrate a vaccine that successfully stopped viral replication in both the lungs and nose.
As scientists proceed with investigating new drugs as well as trying to repurpose old ones, it is critical that researchers take the time to think about their study design.
With a history of amplifying and prioritizing Black voices in other under-represented fields, this alumna turned her efforts toward supporting birders, naturalists, and explorers.
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.