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Jack Puleo, professor of civil and environmental engineering, has received a highly competitive short-term research grant from DAAD, the German Academic Exchange Service.

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IEEE Early Career Research Award

The Early Career Researcher Award recognizes individuals who have made outstanding, influential, and potentially long-lasting contributions in the field of scalable computing, within just five years of earning their doctoral degrees.

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Breaking the Rules of Brain Cancer

The collaboration of a chemical engineer and a neurobiologist has produced a new and freely available computer program that predicts cancer cell motion and spread with high accuracy.

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Detecting Hidden Threats

UD professor and post-doctoral fellow are developing technology to detect explosive devices from a distance, thanks to a five-year, $1M grant from the U.S. Army Research Office.

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Starving Liver Cancer

Scientists have found a new way to kill liver cancer cells and inhibit tumor growth. This research could accelerate the development of new treatments for liver cancer, which is currently difficult to cure.

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Matchmaking for Cancer Care

A team of computer scientists has developed a new system to rapidly determine which cancer drugs are likely to work best given a patient’s genetic markers. It is the first publicly available system of its kind.

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Building the Future of Railroads

Allan M. Zarembski has received the 2017 Fumio Tatsuoka Best Paper Award from the journal Transportation Infrastructure Geotechnology for his contributions to track engineering.

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John Slater Named ‘Rising Star’

Slater is one of eight Rising Star award winners selected from early-career researchers nationwide who focus on engineering molecules and cells to enhance the understanding of biology and practice of medicine.

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Discovering How Cells Divide

UD professor part of a new three-year, $675,000 grant from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) to understand cell-size control in the unicellular green alga Chlamydomonas reinhardtii (Chlamydomonas).

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