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The Big Question

What’s the Smallest Change People Can Make to Have the Biggest Positive Impact on Society?

Spring 2022 Explorations
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From MRIs to the QTC

Physicist Translates Quantum Theory Into Medical Devices and Tomorrow’s Tech

Spring 2022 Explorations
James Webb Space Telescope

Telescope Terps

Hubble’s Giant Successor Has Plenty of Connections to UMD

Spring 2022 Explorations
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Lockdown Breakdown

Study Finds Fatigue With Mobility Restrictions Sets in Quickly

Spring 2022 Explorations
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Safer Flights

Faculty, Students Study How to Make Buildings More Bird-Friendly

Spring 2022 Explorations
Psyche Williams-Forson portrait

No Appetite for Racist Stereotypes

In New Book, Professor Chews Over the Consequences of Food Shaming

Spring 2022 Explorations Faculty Q&A
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Book Pulls the Lid Off Canned Food’s History

Cupboard Staple’s Impact Goes Beyond the Dinner Table

Winter 2022 Explorations Highlighted
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Produce Safety a Zap Away?

by Chris Carroll | Illustration by Matthew Laumann While thorough washing can head off some of the foodborne illnesses that sicken tens of millions of…
Fall 2019 Explorations Web Only Innovation Discover New Knowledge
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The Big Question

What’s the Most Important Cultural Object in the World? Illustration by Lincoln Agnew Bill Bowerman Chair, Department of Environmental Science and…
Fall 2019 Explorations Innovation
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