HITCHHIKERS HINDER MEDICATION SHELF LIFE

October 3, 2018 asianct 0

September 27, 2018 Karen B. Roberts Why some biopharmaceuticals have a longer shelf life than others is a problem that has baffled scientists and manufacturers alike. Even the same medication, produced by different manufacturers, can […]

FOOD SECURITY UNDER CHANGING CLIMATE

September 7, 2018 asianct 0

August 30, 2018 Karen B. Roberts An interdisciplinary team of researchers from the University of Delaware, the Donald Danforth Plant Science Center and Stanford University have been awarded a four-year, $3.5 million National Science Foundation […]

A BIG ON-RAMP FOR SMALL BUSINESS FUNDING

August 17, 2018 asianct 0

August 02, 2018 Karen B. Roberts Federal program managers representing $2.5 billion in research and development (R&D) seed funding are coming to the University of Delaware on Monday, Aug. 20. The visit is part of […]

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 […]

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