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Balancing Act

Chemical engineering student recognized for interests outside the classroom and laboratory

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Achieving A Balance of Power

A UD research team solved the 6 degree-of-freedom segmental power imbalance in human movement, an important mathematical discrepancy in biomechanics.

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New Process Turns Wood Scraps Into Tape

A team of engineers at the University of Delaware has developed a novel process to make tape out of a major component of trees and plants called lignin—a substance paper manufacturers typically discard.

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$2 Million Gift to UD

Terri and John Kelly, dedicated University of Delaware alumni and volunteers, have generously committed $2 million through the Delaware First Campaign in support of the University’s College of Engineering and Athletics program.

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A Glimpse Inside Bones, Joints, Tendons, and More

In laboratories across the University of Delaware, scholars are uncovering new insights about the human body: how a compound in red wine might protect joint cartilage from damage, how bad posture wears down the discs in your back, how your knee heals after an anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) tear, and more.

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Faculty Spotlight: April Kloxin

April Kloxin, assistant professor of chemical and biomolecular engineering and materials science and engineering at the University of Delaware, is the ACS Division of Polymer Chemistry Researcher of the Month for May 2018.

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New award supports BME junior faculty

Jason Gleghorn, assistant professor of biomedical engineering at the University of Delaware, is the first recipient of the new Dr. Bernard Canavan Biomedical Engineering Early Career Faculty Research Award.

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