TEAMING UP TO FIGHT A DEADLY DISEASE

July 10, 2019 asianct 0

June 28, 2019 Julie Stewart Unlike most doctoral students, University of Delaware student Rachel Lieser has not one, but two faculty advisors. One is Wilfred Chen, Gore Professor of Chemical Engineering, an expert in protein engineering. One […]

THE AGE OF WATER

June 3, 2019 asianct 0

May 21, 2019Adam Thomas Most of the water used by people in Egypt comes from the Nile River, which originates from precipitation over mountainous areas in the Ethiopian highlands. In areas far from the Nile […]

GHOST CRAB POTS

May 15, 2019 asianct 0

May 13, 2019Adam Thomas The specter of ghost crab pots looms large beneath the waters of the Delaware Inland Bays. In addition to littering the seafloor, these derelict crab pots — pots that have been […]

REHABILITATING KNEES

May 6, 2019 asianct 0

April 29, 2019 Julie Stewart A tear of the anterior cruciate ligament in a knee isn’t just painful in the moment — the injury also increases a patient’s risk of developing osteoarthritis later. At the […]

WHAT IS THE ECONOMIC FORECAST?

April 29, 2019 asianct 0

April 23, 2019 Dena Hillison What is in store for the U.S. economy in the rest of 2019? On the heels of a 35-day government shutdown, leading economic experts shared their insights at the 2019 […]

ELEVATED RESEARCH CAPABILITY

April 17, 2019 asianct 0

April 09, 2019 Karen B. Roberts Some people collect classic cars. Others stockpile antiques. University of Delaware’s Gerald (Jerry) Poirier acquires complex analytical tools — the kind that enable the intricate and sophisticated research of […]

MAKING WAVES

April 17, 2019 asianct 0

April 10, 2019 Julie Stewart University of Delaware Civil and Environmental Engineering Professor Jack Puleo studies the physics of sand dune erosion during extreme waves and storm surges. The ongoing rise in extreme weather events makes this […]

REDUCING SINGLE-USE PLASTICS

April 12, 2019 asianct 0

April 08, 2019 Stefanie Gilreath University of Delaware Dining Services’ sustainability platform, in partnership with Aramark —  Green Thread —  weaves environmental responsibility into dining services across all on-campus dining locations. As UD celebrates Earth […]

2019 WOMEN OF PROMISE HONORED

April 3, 2019 asianct 0

March 29, 2019 Carlett Spike Women are primary forces, by nature, Valerie Biden Owens said. This is a fundamental truth, she told a room of mostly women students, faculty and staff during her keynote address […]

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