A Connected Universe | UMBC Industry News
Innovation and Climate | UMBC Industry News
UMBC’s Earth Institute provided a satellite sensor for NASA’s HARP CubeSat that was successfully launched to the International Space Station in late 2019. In today’s Industry Roundup, we take a look at how NASA innovations are benefiting Earth. We also look at other fascinating space news.
The World of Science | UMBC Industry News
The UMBC research community is working together to find solutions to address climate change. A team of researchers has concluded that meeting ambitious forest restoration goals will need wide support on an international level.
Creating a Great Work Environment | UMBC Industry News
Professor emerita of biological sciences, Suzanne Ostrand-Rosenberg, has helped to advance the field of cancer immunotherapy through her dedicated work and was recently recognized by the American Association of Immunologists (AAI) as a Distinguished Fellow. It’s the work of dedicated scientists like Ostrand-Rosenberg, that help society to advance.
Benefits of Tech | UMBC Industry News
The Baltimore Sun recently announced that UMBC was voted a top place to work in Maryland, and was the only university and only government institution featured on the list. It’s no surprise to those who are fortunate enough to be a part of this collegial, encouraging community.
UMBC assistant professor of information systems, Jiaqi Gong, is working to reduce cancer recurrence rates through wearable technology. It’s through such technologies that we make life-changing advancements.