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Adapting apps for high-powered computing

A modern-day version of the 20th-century space race, companies and governments worldwide are scurrying to build an what’s called an exascale computer, which could do a billion billion calculations per second. UD computer scientists team with Oak Ridge National Lab to program apps for next-generation supercomputer.

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Searching for the Big Picture

Essential information about medical discoveries is often buried inside the graphs, charts, photographs, and other images that illustrate research journals. Large-scale analysis of images along with the text could soon be possible, thanks to a $1.9 million grant from the National Institutes of Health.

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A prominent pair in polymers

John Rabolt and D. Bruce Chase have received the 2018 Award for Cooperative Research in Polymer Science and Engineering from the American Chemical Society Division of Polymeric Materials Science and Engineering.

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April 4: Making sense of data on networks

Antonio Ortega, a professor of electrical engineering at the University of Southern California, will lecture on graph signal processing at the University of Delaware’s Mitchell Hall Auditorium on April 4 at 3:30 p.m.

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April 6: A changing computing landscape

In the field of computer science, there is a growing emphasis on convergence—a means of problem-solving that deeply integrates expertise from across disciplines. A rising star in the scientific world of convergence will speak at UD this spring.

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Programming DNA to deliver cancer drugs

DNA has an important job—it tells your cells which proteins to make. Now, a research team at UD has developed technology to program strands of DNA into switches that turn proteins on and off.

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Construction Engineering Program Launch

The University of Delaware’s newest engineering major will prepare the next generation of construction professionals with a curriculum that includes engineering foundations and business essentials.

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Celebrating women in engineering

Women have been historically underrepresented in engineering, but we look forward to the day when that is no longer true. Meanwhile, at UD, our female faculty do research that earns them citations and accolades.

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Female engineering pioneers

UD is committed to the success of women in engineering. In honor of Women’s History Month, here are just a few of the women who set the course for the engineers of today and tomorrow.

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Seeking equality in engineering

Pam Cook and Heather Doty from College of Engineering and UD ADVANCE recently collaborated on a Q&A about some of the college’s impressive accomplishments-and goals for the future.

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