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    October 2017

  • UD's Epps Named American Physical Society Fellow
    Chemical engineering and materials science professor joins the top 0.5 percent of society members
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  • New Partners in Research
    UD signs collaborative pact with U.S. Dept. of Energy's Argonne National Laboratory
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  • Building the Future With Biopharmaceuticals
    Groundbreaking shows strength of UD commitment to NIIMBL partnership, research
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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
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  • Computer Science for Everyone
    Two UD professors watch governor sign law requiring public high schools to teach computer science
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  • Modeling New Materials
    UD engineer Arthi Jayaraman uncovers molecular mysteries
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  • September 2017

  • Virtual Reality on Ice
    Computer scientists bring polar region to life using virtual reality
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  • Safer, Tougher Spacesuits
    NASA supports UD technology that protects spacesuits from punctures, projectiles
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  • Railway Safety Meets Big Data
    UD professor writes book on big data for railway engineers
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  • Robot Rehab
    Biomed engineering professor receives American Heart Association grant to study robot-aided stroke rehabilitation
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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
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  • The Future in 5G
    Nokia Bell Labs inventor will talk about the "Internet of everything" on Sept. 27 at UD
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  • Research Teams Have Strong Pull for Undergrads
    UD marks 30 years in national undergrad research program
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  • A culture of innovation
    The iPhone’s touch technology was born in a UD lab. What will our engineers come up with next?
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  • Putting Smart Weapons to the Test
    UD-licensed technology addresses Air Force Need
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  • UD Biomedical Engineering Chair to lead national organization
    As president of the Biomedical Engineering Society, Dawn Elliott will focus on education
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  • Tsu-Wei Chou Takes Center Stage
    At international conference, the UD mechanical engineering professor gave key lecture
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  • Three Named Professorships Granted
    Three scholars in the College of Engineering are honored as named professors
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  • Making Better Material for Fuel Cells
    UD researchers make material to make fuel cells more durable, less expensive
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  • August 2017

  • Engineering's Zhang Wins NSF Grant
    UD computer and information scientist will study secure mobile cloud sensing
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  • UD Hosts Chinese Students for Computer Synposium
    Local entrepreneur, computer and information sciences department hold symposium for students from Chinese university
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  • Three New Engineering Chairs
    CBE, CEE, and ME departments have new leadership
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  • Acting CEOE Dean Returning to Faculty
    Mohsen Badiey will join the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department Sept. 1.
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  • Lessons in Convergence
    Two rising stars in computer science and convergence research will speak on UD's campus this school year
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  • Stephanie Law Wins DOE Award
    Materials science professor wins $750K to study optical properties of topological insulators
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  • Sean Wang, Entrepreneur in Residence
    UD grad and founder of multiple firms to provide education in entrepreneurship and resources for startups
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  • Her Research is Taking Off
    UD Professor Tingyi Gu wins NASA award to develop hybrid materials for communications devices
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  • Researchers Attend NATAS Conference at UD
    Thermal analysis conference includes honor for late UD professor
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  • UD's Meehan Named ASCE Fellow
    Three percent of the 150,000 members of the American Society of Civil Engineers are Fellows
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  • Sept. 18-22: Resilience Week Symposia
    Early registration for international cybersecurity conference ends Aug. 18
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  • UD Hosts Cybersecurity camp
    At State of Delaware summer program, students learned how to outwit hackers
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  • Engineering for Ability
    At UD summer camps, kids use engineering to help others
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  • UD Teams Get Millions in NSF Funding
    K. Eric Wommack’s group gets $6 million to study viruses
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  • July 2017

  • Engineering on a Blue Streak
    UD researchers pioneer greener way to create interwoven polymers with blue light
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  • Impact Recognized
    UD professor’s paper wins award for decade-long impact on software engineering and computer security
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  • June 2017

  • Engineering Entrepreneurship
    College of Engineering launches second year of summer program to support entrepreneurial mindset
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  • Inferring Interactions
    Nature paper highlights how random variations and reprogramming lead to cancer drug resistance
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  • New Engineering Major
    Undergraduate program in construction engineering and management to launch in fall 2017
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  • Elucidating Lung Development
    Gleghorn awarded NIH funding to identify molecular mechanisms underlying lung development and congenital diaphragmatic hernia
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  • A Foothold for Young Faculty
    Internet pioneer makes $2.2 million gift to the University of Delaware
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  • May 2017

  • Drone Competition
    Event promotes student collaboration in programming quadcopters
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  • Ecoinformatics
    NSF grant to support development of cyberinfrastructure tools for precision agriculture
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  • Support, Sacrifice, Self
    Kara Odom Walker inspires UD engineering students
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  • iSuite
    New facility fosters innovation, collaboration in electrical and computer engineering
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  • Biomechanics Research Symposium
    14th annual event features keynote, ongoing research in biomechanics
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  • Reducing Radiation
    Paper reports successful use of nanocomposites to absorb electromagnetic radiation
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  • Rapid Replacement
    Novel technology applied to replace aging bridge
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  • Biosciences Big Data
    New online graduate certificate in applied bioinformatics launched
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  • Frizzling Cancer
    UD researchers demonstrate potential of tiny new tool in fighting breast cancer
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  • Safe and Sound
    Delaware Center for Transportation engineers recognized for work to improve traffic safety
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  • Fluid Mechanics Regatta
    Lab course culminates in boat races at Carpenter Sports Building
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  • Whitaker Fellowship
    Biomedical engineering grad student to spend a year at Imperial College London
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  • Laird Fellow
    Biomedical engineering doctoral student wins prestigious award
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  • Sparking Innovation For 125 Years
    Electrical and Computer Engineering plans weekend of celebration to mark anniversary
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  • II-VI Foundation Award
    Chaoying Ni awarded a grant from the II-VI Foundation.
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  • Helping Kids Break The Code
    NSF grants support community-based computer science programs to expand participation
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  • May 16: Cybersecurity Lecture
    Fox News correspondent to discuss emerging threat of the ‘Grey Zone’
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  • April 2017

  • Dual Doctoral Program
    Agreement promotes collaboration with National Chung Hsing University in Taiwan
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  • May 5: Art In Science Opening
    Event to showcase cutting-edge research through unique scientific images
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  • Hen Hatch Winners
    Winners for 2017 Hen Hatch entrepreneurship competition announced
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  • Reborn From Rubble
    UD alumni give back in the effort to rebuild Nepal after quake
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  • Discovery Could Transform Industries
    Researchers invent process to make sustainable rubber, plastics
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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.
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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.
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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).
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  • April 20: EWB Benefit Dinner
    Student chapter to mark 10 years of engineering sustainable solutions in developing communities
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  • May 12: Biomechanics Research Symposium
    Meeting to feature ongoing research in cell/tissue and rehabilitation biomechanics
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  • Building Security With Resilience
    International 'Resilience Week' Conference puts focus on cybersecurity, controls, grids, human dynamics
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  • March 2017

  • Summit For Computer Science Education
    Event attracts state leaders, teachers, administrators, industry partners
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  • NSF Graduate Research Fellowships
    Twelve UD students, alumni win prestigious research support
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  • Talent Article
    Epps team highlights work on tuning block polymers for nanostructured systems
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  • For the Record, March 17, 2017
    University community reports recent presentations, publications
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  • Feser wins NSF Career Award
    Feser’s research to focus on engineering of materials with improved thermal properties
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  • Women's History Month
    Honoring the women among the University of Delaware engineering faculty
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  • Cybersecurity Briefing 'Phenomenal'
    Army general gets 'phenomenal' briefing on UD research, cybersecurity work
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  • Building Better Batteries
    Researchers report new approach to improving lithium-sulfur batteries
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  • Lifetime Achievement Award
    Huang honored for contributions to environmental engineering education and research
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  • Art Meets Engineering
    Collaboration showcases Engineers Without Borders projects
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  • February 2017

  • From Carbon Dioxide to Fuel
    UD’s Feng Jiao wins DOE funding to produce alcohols from CO2 flue gas
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  • Industry Partners Day
    Gore CEO Terri Kelly shares lessons learned during successful career
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  • Computer Science Honors
    Hagit Shatkay elected to appointments with international organizations
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  • Go Away Greenhouse Gas
    NSF Career Award to focus on electrochemical reduction of atmospheric carbon dioxide
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  • Alumni Honor
    Michael Strano elected to the National Academy of Engineering.
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  • Shared-Use Superhighway
    NSF Career Award to support enhanced access to radio spectrum
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  • UDRF Awards Funding
    Four receive University of Delaware Research Foundation funding
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  • January 2017

  • Defects That Matter
    NSF Career Award to support development of computational models of defects in complex materials
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  • Old Enzyme, New Role
    Nature Communications paper reports new role for enzyme involved in bacterial metabolism
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  • Old Enzyme, New Role
    Nature Communications paper reports new role for enzyme involved in bacterial metabolism
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  • College Pitch Philly Winners
    Two UD student startup teams compete in College Pitch Philly
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  • Systematic Approach to Big Data
    UD’s Xia shares perspective on bringing a systematic approach to big data
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  • HPC Leadership
    Taufer to chair international high-performance computing conference
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  • Alumni Honors
    Rakesh Agrawal has won the 2016 American Chemical Society Award in Separations Science and Technology.
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  • Cabinet Appointment
    Dr. Kara Odom Walker chosen to run the state’s Department of Health and Social Services.
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  • Wu named Highly Cited Researcher
    UD’s Cathy Wu ranked among top one percent in Web of Knowledge
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  • Timing is Everything
    PNAS paper details mathematical model that sheds light on timing of key intracellular events
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  • Making A Case For Museums
    Engineering students, art conservators work on display system
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  • December 2016

  • Soil Workshop
    Top soil scientists gather to highlight soil’s role as ‘foundation of life’
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  • RR Big Data
    Conference addresses big data in railroad maintenance planning
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  • Manufacturing USA Headquarters
    Secretary of Commerce visits UD to announce new institute
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  • Engineering Poultry Cleanliness
    Senior project designed to check the spread of avian influenza
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