Interdisciplinary Problem Solving

Interdisciplinary Problem Solving

Computing, engineering and polymer sciences converge in new NSF doctoral traineeship Big-name chemical companies like DuPont and W.L. Gore have complex materials problems to solve. The trouble is they’re in need of well-rounded researchers to find the solutions...
A Gentleman and a Scholar

A Gentleman and a Scholar

Rising junior Eduardo Nombera-Bueno lands competitive scholarship from the American Chemical Society Eduardo Nombera-Bueno can vividly recall flying with his family, in 2006, from their home city of Lima, Peru, to the United States. Although he was only five at the...
Materials Research Society Fellow

Materials Research Society Fellow

Engineering professor developing materials to link humans, machines Around the world, scientists and entrepreneurs like Elon Musk are working on neural implants that could connect human brains with powerful artificial intelligence technology. To link human and...
Renewable Energy Grants

Renewable Energy Grants

UD’s Shafarman, Firestone lead Department of Energy funded projects University of Delaware researchers will soon begin work on two new renewable energy-related projects, backed by about $4 million in new U.S. Department of Energy grants as well as cost-sharing grants...
TuFF Technology Is Taking Off

TuFF Technology Is Taking Off

Uses for UD-developed material to include flying taxis Believe it or not, fighter jets, flying cars, natural gas pipelines and plastic bottles may be more alike than you think. So, what’s the common thread? They might one day be made with TuFF — a high-performance...
UD Joins Mid-Atlantic Quantum Alliance

UD Joins Mid-Atlantic Quantum Alliance

Collaboration to help advance quantum revolution The University of Delaware has joined the Mid-Atlantic Quantum Alliance — a hub for quantum technology research, development, innovation and education that seeks to advance U.S. and regional leadership in the coming...