GREENER HYDROGEN FROM WATER

March 27, 2019 asianct 0

January 03, 2019 Karen B. Roberts The idea of using hydrogen as the basis of a clean sustainable energy source, often termed a hydrogen economy, has been a topic of conversation for decades. Hydrogen fuel, […]

MINDING THE ATOMIC CLOCK

March 21, 2019 asianct 0

March 13, 2019 Karen B. Roberts When you call up driving directions on your smartphone or program a destination into your car’s global positioning system (GPS), satellites in space are called upon to pinpoint your […]

DISTINGUISHED YOUNG SCIENTIST

March 21, 2019 asianct 0

March 15, 2019 Adam Thomas Mustafa Yücel, a University of Delaware alumnus who received his doctorate in oceanography from UD in 2009, recently received the Distinguished Young Scientist Award from the Turkish Academy of Sciences, […]

EVOLUTION CONTROVERSY

March 20, 2019 asianct 0

March 14, 2019 Ann Manser When Joan DelFattore talks about anti-evolutionism, one of the first things she points out is that the movement itself has evolved over the years in response to new scientific and […]

FIGHTING FIRES

March 20, 2019 asianct 0

March 15, 2019 Carlett Spike One fall afternoon, a handful of volunteer firefighters were scattered around Aetna Hose Hook and Ladder Company Station 9. University of Delaware students Olivia Alexander, Matthew Heebner and Conor Sproat […]

UNITED FOR STUDENT SUCCESS

March 19, 2019 asianct 0

March 05, 2019 Cindy Hall Nearly 200 faculty and staff gathered on Tuesday, Feb. 23, to discuss a topic of growing importance in higher education: student success. It was the inaugural University of Delaware Student […]

CORPORATE GOVERNANCE SYMPOSIUM

March 18, 2019 asianct 0

March 06, 2019 Ann Manser During Indra Nooyi’s 12 years as PepsiCo’s chief executive, she won accolades not only for the company’s growth and success under her leadership but also for her openness about the […]

UD STUDENTS VOLUNTEER IN HONOR OF MLK

March 14, 2019 asianct 0

March 01, 2019 Carlett Spike With wheelbarrows and pitchforks in hand, a small group of University of Delaware students went to work cleaning up plots in the Fairfield Park community garden in Newark on Saturday, […]

MUSICAL STYLE

March 1, 2019 asianct 0

February 20, 2019 Ann Manser When 6-wire, the University of Delaware’s ensemble-in-residence, took the stage in Carnegie Hall for a Feb. 16 concert, the musicians were a treat not only for the ears but also for […]

IN MEMORIAM: RUSSELL R. DYNES

March 1, 2019 asianct 0

February 22, 2019 UDaily staff Russell R. Dynes, an early pioneer in the field of disaster research and co-founder of the University of Delaware’s Disaster Research Center (DRC), passed away Feb. 10, 2019. He was […]

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