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Place talented engineers from different disciplines in close contact with one another, and they'll create the powerful insights and innovations needed to take on today's most complex engineering challenges. Explore how the A. James Clark School of Engineering’s research efforts are taking on some of society’s most pressing needs.
Building a Stronger, Safer Zinc Battery
University of Maryland engineers revive an old chemistry with a new electrolyte.
Math Explains How Brain Makes Sense of Sounds
Clark School researchers take a new computational approach to understanding brain's function.
Haptic Safety for Unmanned Vehicles
Maryland researchers advance networked control and virtual reality for added safety.
Why a Robot Can't Yet Outjump a Flea
When it comes to things that are ultrafast and lightweight, robots can't hold a candle to the fastest-jumping insects and other small-but-powerful creatures.
Inspired by Nature: Autonomous Underwater Robotics
Maryland Researchers Develop Robots With the Same Capabilities as Fish
Clearing a Path for Quantum Light
University of Maryland researchers demonstrate the first single-photon transistor using a semiconductor chip
Aircraft That Fly Like Hummingbirds
Maryland vertical take-off and landing designs receive top honors in the Vertical Flight Society's annual student design competition
Bridging the Gap Between Electronics and Biology
Thanks to advancements in synthetic biology, consumers might one day use their phones to detect and treat disease.
Pristine Quantum Light Source Created at the Edge of Silicon Chip
Maryland researchers develop a silicon chip that guides the light around its edge producing high-quality single photons
The App that Fights Congestion, Emissions
Maryland transportation engineers develop incenTrip to nudge users toward greener, more efficient travel decisions
Robotic Raven Gains Altitude
Maryland student’s research advances pioneering micro air vehicle
Shedding New Light on Disease Pathogenesis, Birth Defects
A University of Maryland-developed microscopy technique offers researchers a new look into how a cell’s mechanical properties shape cell function, diseases, and embryonic development