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UD’s Epps Named American Physical Society Fellow

Chemical engineering and materials science professor joins the top 0.5 percent of society members Thomas H. Epps, III, the Thomas & Kipp Gutshall Professor in the Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering and a Professor in the Department of Materials...

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New Partners in Research

UD signs collaborative pact with U.S. Dept. of Energy's Argonne National Laboratory When national laboratories, with their expansive facilities and amazing capacity, join forces with research universities and their innovative scientists and students, powerful things...

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Building the Future With Biopharmaceuticals

Groundbreaking shows strength of UD commitment to NIIMBL partnership, research It seemed like a pipe dream to Kelvin Lee, Gore Professor of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering - this idea that the University of Delaware might find room for a place where innovation...

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Materials Science Department Chair Earns Pair of Honors

UD’s Darrin Pochan was recently elected chair of the APS Division of Polymer Physics and editor-in-chief of the research journal Soft Matter For Darrin Pochan, the semester is off to a particularly productive start. Pochan is chair of the Department of Materials...

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Computer Science for Everyone

Two UD professors watch governor sign law requiring public high schools to teach computer science A new law will require every public high school in Delaware to offer at least one course in computer science. When Delaware Gov. John Carney signed the bill, two...

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Modeling New Materials

UD engineer Arthi Jayaraman uncovers molecular mysteries When scientists develop brand new materials, they must precisely determine the ingredients, quantities, and processing methods to use. It’s kind of like creating a recipe. Before spending time and money to test...

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Virtual Reality on Ice

Computer scientists bring polar region to life using virtual reality Scott Sorensen’s experiences as a computer science student at the University of Delaware were hardly typical. While he spent his share of time in windowless rooms staring at computer screens, he also...

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Safer, Tougher Spacesuits

NASA supports UD technology that protects spacesuits from punctures, projectiles Astronauts are a smart, courageous and resilient lot, no doubt about that. But when they go out for a walk in space - in environments none of us could survive on our own - they need a lot...

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Railway Safety Meets Big Data

UD professor writes book on big data for railway engineers After two trains derailed at New York’s Penn Station this year, Amtrak blamed track defects. As of May 31, there have been 662 train accidents this year, and track defects account for nearly 29 percent of...

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Robot Rehab

Biomed engineering professor receives American Heart Association grant to study robot-aided stroke rehabilitation About every 40 seconds, someone in the United States has a stroke. Many stroke survivors have lingering brain damage that makes motor tasks, such as...

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Engineering Dean Named to Chemical Heritage Board

Ogunnaike brings academic and industry experience to the Chemical Heritage Foundation board of directors Babatunde Ogunnaike, William L. Friend Chair and dean of the University of Delaware College of Engineering, has been named to the board of directors of the...

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The Future in 5G

Nokia Bell Labs inventor will talk about the “Internet of everything” on Sept. 27 at UD When Alexander Graham Bell invented the first telephone, patented 141 years ago, he couldn’t possibly have imagined what our phones can do today. “The world has really been...

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