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November 21
"Green Revolution" Changes Breathing of the Biosphere
Computer model links stronger seasonal oscillations in carbon dioxide to intensive agriculture.
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November 21
University of Maryland Unveils New Vision for Cole Field House
Under Armour founder and alum Kevin Plank to contribute $25 million to launch nation’s preeminent academic, research and athletic facility.
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November 21
University of Maryland Breaks Ground for A. James Clark Hall

UMD's Clark School of Engineering will host the ceremonial groundbreaking of the new A. James Clark Hall. The new building will cultivate transformative new engineering and biomedical technologies to accelerate advancements in human health.
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November 20
UMD iSchool Professor Named Best in the Nation
Paul T. Jaeger wins the most prestigious award available for educators in the LIS field.
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November 19
UMD Student Leaders Named National University Innovation Fellows
In celebration of National Entrepreneurship Month and Global Entrepreneurship Week, UMD is proud to announce that three students have been named University Innovation Fellows by the National Center for Engineering Pathways to Innovation.
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November 19
Michael R. Poterala Tapped to Lead UMD's Legal Affairs
The University of Maryland has named Michael R. Poterala as the new Vice President and General Counsel for the university. Poterala joins UMD from North Carolina State University and will officially start at Maryland in January 2015.
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November 17
UMD Scientist Awarded NIH Grant to Further Lyme Disease Research
Dr. Utpal Pal, an associate professor from the Department of Veterinary Medicine at UMD, was awarded $1.5 million to continue his quest to eradicate Lyme disease.
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November 13
Combined Depression, Substance Abuse Linked to Lower Income
Young adults with co-occurring depression and substance abuse have a higher likelihood of being unemployed and having lower income in midlife than those with neither disorder, according to a new study.
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November 12
UMD Researchers Receive $2.5m Grant to Study Link Between Aid and Conflict
Multidisciplinary, international team led by UMD researchers seek to broaden the scope of findings and determine impact through new technologies and methodologies 
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November 12
UMD Scientists Analyze Comet as Robotic Probe Lands on It
UMD comet experts Lori Feaga and Michael A’Hearn are part of an international team of astronomers who are using instruments on the Rosetta spacecraft to study the comet’s surface and its atmosphere or coma.
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November 12
New Report Highlights Legal Challenges Facing Maryland's Agricultural Community
MPowering the State's Agriculture Law Education Initiative reaches out to industry leaders.
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November 11
UMD Researchers Help Develop Open-Source 'Plant Library'
Working with an international team of researchers, scientists from UMD and the National Socio-Environmental Synthesis Center have co-developed an in-depth database of nearly 600 plant species worldwide.
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November 10
UMD-led Program Helps Facilitate Veteran Success on Maryland College Campuses
The Maryland Veterans Resilience Initiative has been working to enhance programs for student veterans at Maryland colleges and universities since 2012.
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November 10
A Billion Holes Can Make a Battery
Researchers at UMD have invented a single tiny structure that includes all the components of a battery that they say could bring about the ultimate miniaturization of energy storage components.
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November 7
UMD, Cigna Foundation Train Barbers, Stylists as Community Health Advocates
A new partnership will encourage colorectal cancer screening among African-Americans through health promotion initiatives in barbershops and beauty salons in Prince George’s County.
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