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The University of Maryland College Park will open on time today, Monday, January 26, 2015.

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Team Finds New Order in Exotic Superconductors

UMD discovery may advance synthesis of materials that can superconduct at room temperature, which could transform smart power grids, advanced wireless communications and power-storage technologies.
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President’s Proposed Tax Credit Designed by Faculty

UMD professors developed the second earner tax credit proposed by President Obama at Tuesday’s State of the Union, which addresses the unintentional penalty and offers relief to millions.

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UMD Responses to State-Mandated Budget Cut

Dear University of Maryland community, Last month, I alerted you that we face budget challenges. The State of Maryland now anticipates a deficit of about $750M that is projected to rise to $1B, if no spending adjustments are made.
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School of Public Health Students Lead Community Focused Weight Loss Campaign

UMD’s School of Public Health launches Lose It to Win It, a student-led, year-long interactive weight loss initiative designed to encourage Prince George’s county residents to get healthy.
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Robots Learn by Watching Videos

“I learned it on YouTube,” said the robot. It might sound like science fiction, but UMD researchers are developing robotic systems that are able to teach themselves.