Tag Archives: University of Maryland Baltimore

UMB opens innovation space at the Biopark

From left, University of Maryland, College Park President Wallace Loh; University of Maryland Chancellor Robert Caret; and University of Maryland, Baltimore President Jay Perman at Thursday's event. (Maximilian Franz)

The University of Maryland, Baltimore launched its Graduate Research Innovation District at the University of Maryland BioPark Thursday, a space that university leaders hope spurs student startups while also acting as a resource for the southwest Baltimore community. The GRID ...

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New College Park building to house collaborations with Baltimore campus

The University of Maryland, College Park, dedicated A. James Clark Hall Friday morning. It will house the Clark School of Engineering's Fischell Department of Bioengineering.
(John T. Consoli/University of Maryland)

The latest glass building to complete construction on the University of Maryland’s College Park campus, A. James Clark Hall will house the university’s fast-growing bioengineering department, but its impact could stretch beyond campus. The 184,000-square-foot facility, dedicated Friday by campus ...

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Loh urges ‘metropolitan’ thinking on Amazon headquarters

University of Maryland, College Park, President Wallace Loh speaks to the Greater Baltimore Committee. (Tim Curtis/ The Daily Record)

University of Maryland, College Park President Wallace Loh asked Baltimore business leaders to consider the entire Baltimore-Washington metropolitan area as the university pursues a bid to bring Amazon’s second headquarters to College Park. Loh, speaking at the Greater Baltimore Committee’s ...

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Roundtable to highlight development at Baltimore’s BioPark

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Business leaders will hold be holding a discussion on economic development advancements at Baltimore’s BioPark. It’s being held Thursday at the University of Maryland, Baltimore’s growing community of emerging and high-growth life science companies and research centers. Sen. Ben Cardin ...

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