An Innovative Journey | UMBC Industry News
Life-Saving Research | UMBC Industry News
UMBC associate professor of chemical, biochemical, and environmental engineering, Lee Blaney, is conducting an innovative project on nutrients found in urine. The EPA is funding this project so he can investigate the ability of his Nutrient Extraction and Recovery Device (NERD) technology to recover nutrients from human urine.
Productive Students and Professionals | UMBC Industry News
Last week, UMBC’s Rachel Brewster’s lab announced that NIH awarded them a two-year Exploratory Research Award to continue work on improving the preservation of organs for transplant. UMBC continues to be on the cutting edge of life-saving research.
Diverse Learning Environment | UMBC Industry News
UMBC has welcomed its biggest freshman class ever this semester with 1800 incoming students. With all that excitement comes the need for productivity skills in order to make the most of learning opportunities. Students and professionals alike need such skills to stay successful.
NSA Featured School | UMBC Industry News
UMBC is known for providing students with a diverse learning environment. In fact, The Wall Street Journal and Times High Higher Ed have just released their popular college rankings for 2019, again naming UMBC one of the nation’s top universities.
Earlier this week, UMBC was the first to be featured in a lineup of valuable partnerships with the NSA as part of their featured schools campaign.