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Pulsing Light May Indicate Supermassive Black Hole Merger

UMD study reveals more about gravitational dance of two black holes becoming one.
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UMD Opens MakerBot Innovation Center to Foster Entrepreneurship

First Large-Scale 3-D Printing MakerBot Innovation Center at Big Ten University and First in the DC/Maryland Area.
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Scholly Wins 10th Annual Cupid's Cup Business Competition Chaired by Under Armour Founder & CEO

Hosted by UMD’s Dingman Center for Entrepreneurship, Cupid’s Cup strives to encourage interest in student entrepreneurship.
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UMD Team Wins EPA Campus RainWorks Challenge

UMD team wins third annual design competition created to engage university students in reinventing water infrastructure.
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UMD President & Distinguished Professor Elected to American Academy of Arts and Sciences

President Loh and Professor of Atmospheric & Oceanic Science Eugenia Kalnay named to one of the nation’s oldest and most prestigious honorary societies.
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Ocean Winds Blow Away Hopes El Niño Would End California Drought

UMD study finds that prolonged wind bursts originating in the western Pacific can have a strong effect on whether an El Niño event will occur and how severe it is likely to be.