Clark School's Online Graduate Programs Highly Ranked in 2014 by U.S. News and World Report
Mpact Week to Showcase UMD Robotics, Bioengineering, Innovation, Oct. 23-26Events will highlight Maryland engineering research, education, and entrepreneurial ecosystem.
UMD Receives Largest Ever Software Grant from SiemensUMD students and researchers to gain access to industry technology used to design and manufacture sophisticated products.
UMD Researchers Awarded Two ARPA-E Grants for Electric Vehicle Energy Storage SystemsEric Wachsman and Chunsheng Wang receive funding to create innovative batteries for electric vehicle energy storage systems.
Meet the Potential Future of Electricity GenerationRedox Power Systems, UMD develop breakthrough fuel cells to provide efficient, affordable electricity.
University of Maryland Creates Master's in Robotics Targeted at High-Tech ProfessionalsDesigned to advance robotics systems and applications through an interdisciplinary program of study.
A Battery Made of Wood?Wood fibers help nano-scale batteries keep their structure
UMD Course To Serve as National Model for 'Energy 101' CurriculumCollaborative Initiative Seeks to Educate Students on Key Energy Issues
Nano ‘Beads on a String’ Could Advance Battery TechnologyPulsing with lithium, tiny silicon beads on a nanotube hold promise for better batteries
Clark School's Engineering Sustainability Workshop to Focus on Solar EnergyIndustry, Government, Academic Leaders Present Latest Advances
Collaborative international projects funded in solar power, cell-based systems, and ultra-low power systemsResearch is part of agreement between Autonomous Province of Trento, Italy and University of Maryland
Which Major Corporation to Buy UMD’s Solar Decathlon-Winning Home?
Want Fuel Cells? Think Outside the Hydrogen Tank.Energy expert advocates investing in "the other fuel cell" to reduce reliance on fossil fuels now, not in decades.
Controlling chemistry improves potential of carbon nanotubesNanotechnology breakthrough could lead to better batteries, more sensitive biosensors
Clark School of Engineering and DARPA Launch Pilot Academic Fellows ProgramSeek Blend of Military and Academic Personnel Perspectives to Generate New Technologies
Sometimes Size Does Matter: Rethink Nanotechnology to Convert a Car's Waste Heat into Electrical Power
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