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Delmarva Now
2015-12-17

The state of Maryland places great value on public higher education.

The Baltimore Sun
2015-12-13

Institute of Marine & Environmental Technology director & University of MD Center for Environmental Science professor Russell Hill graduates from Leadership Maryland professional developmen

The Baltimore Business Journal
2015-12-11

Russell Hill

Date added:December 11, 2015

Submission Type:Professional Recognition

Current employer:Institute of Marine and Environmental Technology

The Daily Record
2015-12-10

Dr. Russell Hill, with the Institute of Marine and Environmental Technology, graduated from the Leadership Maryland professional development program dedicated to building a better Maryland.

EOS
2015-12-09

In June, the U.S. Supreme Court blocked a rule from the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) that aimed to limit mercury in power plant emissions.

Science Daily
2015-12-09

Emissions controls on coal-fired power plants are making a difference in reducing exposure of mercury to people, especially in the western Maryland community.

Physorg
2015-12-09

Emissions controls on coal-fired power plants are making a difference in reducing exposure of mercury to people, especially in the western Maryland community.

The Hill
2015-12-09

Once upon a time science enjoyed broad bipartisan support.

Science Codex
2015-12-09

FROSTBURG, MD (December 9, 2015)--Emissions controls on coal-fired power plants are making a difference in reducing exposure of mercury to people, especially in the western Maryland community.

Science 2.0
2015-12-09

FROSTBURG, MD (December 9, 2015)--Emissions controls on coal-fired power plants are making a difference in reducing exposure of mercury to people, especially in the western Maryland community.