$2.3 Million for Tendon Damage Research

$2.3 Million for Tendon Damage Research

NIH supports cross-disciplinary collaboration involving professors from three UD colleges From age 3 through high school, Lily Lin was an award-winning gymnast, placing in state and regional championships. “It’s such a high-impact sport. I suffered from a herniated...
Global Engineering

Global Engineering

UD engineering students travel abroad to understand the complexities of solving international challenges For the first time since early 2020, University of Delaware engineering students flew across the Atlantic Ocean to get hands-on experience with some of the most...
Advancing Alzheimer’s Research

Advancing Alzheimer’s Research

Delaware Center for Cognitive Aging Research opens at UD with focus on prevention Retired University of Delaware College of Earth, Ocean and Environment professor Robert Biggs used to go fishing in Chesapeake City, Maryland, with his friend Rod. They reminisced about...
Four Engineering Professors Honored

Four Engineering Professors Honored

Professors Chen, Day, Pochan and Wang recognized for excellence in medical and biological engineering Four faculty members from the University of Delaware’s College of Engineering have been recognized by the American Institute for Medical and Biological Engineering...
Fine-Tuning Touch Technology

Fine-Tuning Touch Technology

UD’s Charles Dhong gets $1.9 million to develop new tactile aids Bumps and lines make up touch-based technology such as Braille. But the human sense of touch is keen enough to detect differences that are much smaller. Research by Charles Dhong and his group at the...
Designs for the Real World

Designs for the Real World

Senior engineering students team up to solve industry problems Helping children with disabilities complete everyday tasks that many of us take for granted — like picking up a water bottle or throwing on a backpack — was an effort University of Delaware biomedical...