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In Search of Weyl semimetals

UD engineers make materials that could enable better computer chips Imagine how much you could accomplish if the circuits in your laptop and cell phone worked 10 times faster, and your battery lasted 10 times longer, than they do now. In order to understand the...

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Darwin Day Celebration

The University of Delaware will mark International Darwin Day on Monday, Feb. 11, and two engineering professors will be part of the lineup.

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High Performance Computing

The University of Delaware’s newest high performance computing (HPC) community cluster, named Caviness, puts vast computational power at researchers’ disposal.

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Putting It All Together

From theory to application, fourth-year engineering students at the University of Delaware recently tapped into their knowledge to create products and solutions for industry sponsors.

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Greener Hydrogen From Water

UD innovator explores catalysts that pull their weight and serve the environment 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, for example,...

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Learning to Build Roads and Highways

Transportation internships benefit students, cities and beyond Thursdays aren’t just regular class days for Stefan Floeter, a senior majoring in civil engineering at the University of Delaware. He spent a recent Thursday morning at a construction site along Route 301...

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2018 John Warren Award Winner

Michael Vaughan, associate dean of academic affairs, was named the recipient of the 2018 John Warren Award, which recognizes significant accomplishments by supervisory staff in areas of leadership and service.

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