Maryland Engineers Rise Up to Grand Challenges of 2020

Maryland Engineers Rise Up to Grand Challenges of 2020

Maryland Engineers Rise Up to Grand Challenges of 2020


The coronavirus pandemic put a spotlight on multiple societal issues including inequality, economic unsustainability, and the need to create safer environments for work and school.

Maryland engineers addressed these grand challenges by designing innovative solutions that will not only ease the impact of the pandemic today, but will also improve the wellbeing and socioeconomic resilience of our future society.

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