A PIPELINE FROM RESEARCH TO INDUSTRY

August 8, 2018 asianct 0

July 17, 2018 Kevin Liedel From software-run trading floors to towering compressor stations, the natural gas industry in Delaware is as much about cutting edge as it is heavy lifting, a dynamic combination of chemistry, […]

PRESERVING CULTURE

July 29, 2018 asianct 0

July 24, 2018 Article by Ann Manser Photos by Evan Krape The 13 students from historically black colleges and universities (HBCUs) who came to the University of Delaware for a special program in art conservation […]

UD’S DANIELLE DIXSON WINS NSF CAREER AWARD

July 16, 2018 asianct 0

July 09, 2018 Article by Karen B. Roberts Photos by Evan Krape and Jessica Stella, GRBMPA The University of Delaware’s Danielle Dixson has been awarded a National Science Foundation (NSF) Faculty Early Career Development Award […]

TEACHING IN TANZANIA

July 16, 2018 asianct 0

June 05, 2018 Nikki Laws The University of Delaware’s Jake Bowman, a professor and chairperson of the Department of Entomology & Wildlife Ecology, led his first pioneering study abroad program to Tanzania in 2002. Sixteen […]

INSIDE A SOLAR-CELL STARTUP’S SUCCESS

June 19, 2018 asianct 0

June 12, 2018 Dylan Gerstley A startup that’s figured out how to make solar cells at a very low temperature is following the entrepreneurial process at the University of Delaware because of its international renown […]

FEMALE ENGINEERING PIONEERS

March 16, 2018 asianct 0

Article by College of Engineering Staff Photo illustration by Joy Smoker March 08, 2018 The University of Delaware is committed to the success of women in engineering. Our efforts to increase diversity in our College of Engineering […]

FALSE-ALARM LESSONS

February 15, 2018 asianct 0

Article by Ann Manser Photo by Evan Krape February 08, 2018 Disaster researchers study response to Hawaii missile alert The University of Delaware’s Disaster Research Center (DRC) often studies how individuals react to a coming hurricane—how they get warnings […]

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