Full legalization of marijuana is often considered inevitable. But as the industry takes off, Terp entrepreneurs and academics alike are still wrestling with the implications.
Brendan Iribe Center Opens to Advance Computer Science and Engineering
Terps’ Startup Creates Tights for Ice Skaters, Dancers of All Skin Tones
Terp’s Car Donation Program Turns 20
Faculty Member, NSO Musician Opens Restaurant in College Park
Alum Turns Mortality Into Conversation Starter
New Fabric Created at Maryland Automatically Adjusts to Environment
Student, Alum Innovations Tackle Societal Issues at Do Good Accelerator
Student groups built e-bikes with attributes such as solar power, anti-lock brakes, cruise control or GPS navigation—and as cheaply as possible.
“Worlds Within,” an exhibit on display through December, showcases artist Rob Kesseler’s micrographs—photographs taken through a microscope—of plant and insect cells, fibers and particles, magnified...