The world goes to Maryland Engineering
From tackling America’s infrastructure crisis to conceiving an alternative future for food scraps, Maryland Engineers are taking on society’s big questions.
Funded by a $7.2 million U.S. Department of Energy grant, Maryland Engineering develops "the iPhone of air conditioners"—a smaller, lighter, and more sustainable heating and cooling system.Read the full story
A unique cooperation between the U.S. Army Research Lab, University of Maryland College Park, and University of Maryland Baltimore County advances AI and autonomy to assist soldiers in combat—and nurture more than 100 young innovators along the way.Learn more
A globally-renowned surgeon, a National Cancer Institute researcher, and two Maryland Engineers are laying the groundwork for novel therapies, aiming to eradicate brain tumors.Tell me more
Maryland Engineering becomes the national lead of the Build America Center, helping federal and local governments efficiently implement the $1.2 trillion Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act.I want to hear the details
Supported by a $10 million grant from the U.S. Department of Agriculture, Maryland Engineers use underwater robots to build a new "Oyster Navy" and restore shellfish populations in the Chesapeake Bay and nationwide.Read about this project
The stories on this page are borrowed from the fall 2022 issue of Engineering at Maryland magazine. Authors: Maggie Haslam, Chris Carroll. Illustrations: Keith Negley.