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Elucidating Lung Development

Gleghorn awarded NIH funding to identify molecular mechanisms underlying lung development and congenital diaphragmatic hernia The University of Delaware’s Jason Gleghorn has received a $1.9 million grant from the National Institutes of Health to investigate pressure...

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Drone Competition

Event promotes student collaboration in programming quadcopters Drones are seeing increased use in a broad array of applications, including data collection, surveying, mapping, security, aerial photography and videography, and search and rescue. This “exploding...

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Support, Sacrifice, Self

Kara Odom Walker inspires UD engineering students As an undergraduate chemical engineering major at the University of Delaware in the 1990s, Kara Odom took classes from Prof. Babatunde Ogunnaike, and she participated in the RISE Program, which was directed by Michael...

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Ecoinformatics

NSF grant to support development of cyberinfrastructure tools for precision agriculture Modern precision agriculture requires an understanding of how climate-related factors such as soil moisture, precipitation, and temperature impact agricultural productivity. “As we...

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iSuite

New facility fosters innovation, collaboration in electrical and computer engineering A ransomware attack launched in Europe on Friday, May 12, infected as many as a quarter million computers in more than 150 countries, underscoring the growing need for cybersecurity...

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Biomechanics Research Symposium

14th annual event features keynote, ongoing research in biomechanics More than 100 people turned out for the 14th annual Biomechanics Research Symposium at the University of Delaware STAR Campus on Friday, May 12. The event was hosted by the Center for Biomechanical...

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Reducing Radiation

Paper reports successful use of nanocomposites to absorb electromagnetic radiation The rapid development of modern electronic equipment and wireless devices has resulted in severe electromagnetic (EM) radiation pollution, which has implications in the health of...

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Biosciences Big Data

New online graduate certificate in applied bioinformatics launched The completion of the human genome sequence early in the 21st century marked the beginning of a big data explosion in life sciences research. The resulting interdisciplinary field of bioinformatics...

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Rapid Replacement

Novel technology applied to replace aging bridge America’s bridges received a grade of C+ on the 2017 Infrastructure Report Card, put out by the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE). Aging is a factor in this score — almost four in 10 of the 614,387 bridges in...

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Frizzling Cancer

UD researchers demonstrate potential of tiny new tool in fighting breast cancer Antibodies have emerged as invaluable tools for the study and treatment of cancer because they can manipulate, with high specificity, the signaling pathways that drive cancer progression....

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Safe and Sound

Delaware Center for Transportation engineers recognized for work to improve traffic safety Highway safety has become a complex issue in an era when roads built primarily for cars are now being shared by increasing numbers of pedestrians, cyclists, and skateboarders....

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Fluid Mechanics Regatta

Lab course culminates in boat races at Carpenter Sports Building The subject of fluid mechanics came to life for some engineering students at the University of Delaware on Wednesday, May 10. Their final exam wasn’t in the lab or the classroom — it took place in the...

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