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II-VI Foundation Award

Chaoying Ni awarded a grant from the II-VI Foundation. Chaoying Ni, professor of materials science and engineering, has been awarded a grant from the II-VI Foundation to investigate “Thermal Transport in SiC and Diamond Based Composites.” The one-year $95,000 award...

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Helping Kids Break The Code

NSF grants support community-based computer science programs to expand participation Teach kids how to program a toylike robot or a computer game and suddenly computer science looks like great fun. Coding – the letters and numbers that govern the robot's every motion...

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May 16: Cybersecurity Lecture

Fox News correspondent to discuss emerging threat of the ‘Grey Zone’ Catherine Herridge will deliver a lecture, “Emerging Threats: The Grey Zone,” in the University of Delaware’s Trabant Theater from 2:30 to 3:30 p.m. on Tuesday, May 16. Herridge is an award-winning...

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Dual Doctoral Program

Agreement promotes collaboration with National Chung Hsing University in Taiwan On April 25, Fuh-Sheng Shieu, president of the National Chung Hsing University in Taiwan, visited the University of Delaware to sign an agreement for a cooperative program that encompasses...

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May 5: Art In Science Opening

Event to showcase cutting-edge research through unique scientific images Opening night for the University of Delaware’s second annual Art in Science exhibit will take place at the Blue Ball Barn in Wilmington’s Alapocas Run State Park on Friday, May 5, from 5:30-8:30...

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Hen Hatch Winners

Winners for 2017 Hen Hatch entrepreneurship competition announced Winners of the Hen Hatch competition were announced during its final round on Tuesday at the World Café Live at the Queen in Wilmington, Delaware. Hen Hatch, which is hosted by the Horn Program in...

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Reborn From Rubble

UD alumni give back in the effort to rebuild Nepal after quake Seventy thousand bricks, a training center, primary school, two greenhouses, and a mostly-built women’s microfinance cooperative, community center and orphanage are the product of just 24 months...

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Discovery Could Transform Industries

Researchers invent process to make sustainable rubber, plastics Synthetic rubber and plastics – used for manufacturing tires, toys and myriad other products – are produced from butadiene, a molecule traditionally made from petroleum or natural gas. But those manmade...

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Chemical Engineering Awards

Three chemical engineering students and one alumnus won awards from the Delaware Valley Section of the American Institute of Chemical Engineers. Three chemical engineering students and one alumnus recently won awards from the Delaware Valley Section of the American...

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Princeton Hack-a-thon Winners

A team of four engineering students won awards at the Princeton Hack-a-thon on April 1-2. A team of four engineering students won awards at the Princeton Hack-a-thon on April 1-2. Their project, Olli Recalli, won "Best DIY Project" and "Best Use of Watson IoT -...

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AIMBE Honor

Randall Duncan and Millicent Sullivan elected to the College of Fellows at the American Institute for Medical and Biological Engineering (AIMBE). he University of Delaware’s Randall Duncan and Millicent Sullivan have been elected to the College of Fellows at the...

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April 20: EWB Benefit Dinner

Student chapter to mark 10 years of engineering sustainable solutions in developing communities The University of Delaware student chapter of Engineers Without Borders will hold its 10th annual benefit dinner in the Patrick T. Harker Interdisciplinary Science and...

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