Our faculty, alumni, and partners contribute to a broad range of exciting discoveries and research. Our mission is to advance research and innovation to discover new knowledge. The spotlights below are a few examples of our research collaborations, TEDx style talks, and video spotlights that showcase innovation and excellence. UMBC and COEIT is a diverse and inclusive environment where we produce graduates who are highly valued and in demand, poised to deliver solutions to global challenges and responsive to the region and beyond.
- New research uses optical solitons in lasers to explore naturally-occurring supramolecules
- New X-ray technology could revolutionize how doctors identify abnormalities
- Communication support technology for training surgeons has promising results
UMBC spotlights the power of collaboration and community in opening of new science building, GRIT-X talks
During the height of UMBC Homecoming festivities on October 12, the university community and supporters from across Maryland gathered to celebrate the opening of UMBC’s Interdisciplinary Life Sciences Building (ILSB). “With the addition of this incredible, world-class facility, the state of Maryland will continue to lead the way,” Governor Larry Hogan told the crowd, speaking from behind a festive ribbon twisted in the form of a double helix . “And UMBC will continue to push the boundaries, achieve significant breakthroughs, and shine as a national and global leader in innovation.” Read more about interdisciplinary research here.
Read more about innovative research happening across campus.
UMBC’s Lee Blaney and federal, state partners publish landmark study on contaminants in the Chesapeake Bay
UMBC’s Lee Blaney and research partners have published a landmark study on contaminants of emerging concern in the Chesapeake Bay. Their article in Science of the Total Environment is the first research study that quantifies concentrations of antibiotics, estrogenic hormones, and UV-filters in multiple locations of the Bay. Read more about this landmark study here.
Read more about the inquiring minds of our UMBC community.