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Hagerstown Community College Gets Cyber Grant

Hagerstown Community College is getting a grant of about $714,000 from the National Science Foundation to boost its cybersecurity programs.

08/01/2014

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U-Md. Mapping Tree DNA In Climate-Change Study

The University of Maryland is seeking volunteers for a coast-to-coast study of trees and climate change.

01/31/2013

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Johns Hopkins Get $6M To Improve Wind Farm Design

Johns Hopkins University says it will lead an international team of researchers studying how to improve wind farm design.

10/03/2012

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Johns Hopkins Embarks On Project To Improve Baltimore Schools

As a research university, Johns Hopkins is embarking on a multi-million dollar experiment inside Baltimore City schools. The aim is a brighter future, for students and the country.

09/25/2012

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UMES Awarded Grant From National Science Foundation

The University of Maryland Eastern Shore has been awarded a $500,000 grant from National Science Foundation to help prepare students for science jobs.

08/23/2012

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NSF Funds Md., Del. Climate Change Education

Teachers in Maryland and Delaware are getting help in teaching about climate change.

08/16/2012

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BCCC Uses Robots To Improve Math Skills, Foster STEM Careers

A couple of years ago the National Science Foundation gave Baltimore City Community College an $800,000 grant to build a robot lab.

08/01/2012

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UMd. Launches New Environmental Research Center

Maryland officials are launching a new kind of environmental and policy center.

01/30/2012

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USArray Headed To Maryland To Monitor East Coast Earthquake Activity

Peeking under the covers. A National Science Foundation project is coming to Maryland to monitor the Earth.

11/24/2011

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South Pole Evacuee Seeks Medical Help At Hopkins

Back on American soil. A researcher working in the South Pole is in Baltimore getting the emergency help she needs.

10/25/2011

Renee Douceur

N.H. South Pole Evacuee Back In U.S.

From Antarctica to Baltimore. A woman desperate for medical help traveled around the world to get the care she needs here at Johns Hopkins Hospital.

10/25/2011

Renee Douceur

N.H. South Pole Evacuee Making Her Way Back To U.S.

Engineer Renee-Nicole Douceur will pass through San Francisco and Washington before arriving at Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore on Monday night local time.

10/23/2011

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