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The University’s Future

The year is 2020.

Students at this university are among the most talented and diverse anywhere. For the past six years, they have worked with our faculty in hot pursuit of quantum computing in the $126 million Physical Sciences Building that opened in 2014.

At our Shady Grove labs, they assist “MPower” faculty from this university and the University of Maryland, Baltimore to develop new drugs to cure disease. They also work in our more than $125 million Fischell Bioengineering Building, opened in 2017.