Robotic Masters

Robotic Masters

UD students conduct research with robot boats for industry partner For students interested in a career in the robotics industry, it is important to have something unique on their resumes to help them stand out from the thousands of students across the country who...
With a Grain of Sand

With a Grain of Sand

UD professor takes home prestigious Hans Albert Einstein Award for work on sediment transport As a husband and a father of three young children, Tian-Jian Hsu (otherwise known as Tom) admits he is not the ultimate beach companion. When the family heads out for a...
Sensing Change

Sensing Change

UD coastal engineer Jack Puleo helps develop technology to find sunken munitions More than 70 years after the end of World War II, there are still thousands of tons of unexploded bombs across Europe. Some are underwater, like the one that detonated earlier this fall,...
Grad Students Get Energy Grants

Grad Students Get Energy Grants

Grants enable grad students to explore energy challenges at U.S. National Labs During the fall of 2020, Carly Byron and Jeffrey Hudson, both doctoral students at the University of Delaware, will have the opportunity to work with some of modern science’s most advanced...
Tiny Technology Cleans Dirty Water

Tiny Technology Cleans Dirty Water

Professors, alumnus develop method to destroy explosives in wastewater An activated carbon filter — found in many household filtration systems—can purify your drinking water, but it’s no match for wastewater that contains military-grade explosives. To clean wastewater...