New Tool for Understanding Disease

New Tool for Understanding Disease

UD model illuminates environmental cues that may contribute to breast cancer recurrence Nearly 270,000 people in the United States are diagnosed with breast cancer each year. According to the Susan G. Komen Foundation, about 70-80% of these individuals experience...
Bioelectronic Innovations, Empowered by Chemistry

Bioelectronic Innovations, Empowered by Chemistry

UD Professor Laure Kayser received an NSF CAREER award to further her group’s materials science research Whether it’s a smartwatch that can detect irregular heartbeats or a continuous glucose monitor, electronics that can interface with biology have already started to...
Can Electric Vehicles Go the Distance?

Can Electric Vehicles Go the Distance?

UD-led study may help dispel ‘range anxiety’ of drivers considering an EV One nagging concern U.S. consumers have about electric vehicles (EVs) is the ability of these battery-operated cars and trucks to get you where you want to go without running out of power....
Enabling Artistic Expression

Enabling Artistic Expression

Assistive drawing device developed through UD cross-college innovation aims to help people with disabilities Artistic expression is a pivotal part of child development. But many children with upper limb disabilities lack fine motor skills, inhibiting their ability to...
Engineers Make It Happen

Engineers Make It Happen

At the Engineering Design Celebration, students presented their prototypes and designs to industry and clinical sponsors When asked about the challenges their team faced while discussing possible approaches for their senior design project, University of...
The Future of Testing Self-Driving Cars

The Future of Testing Self-Driving Cars

UD Prof. Andreas Malikopoulos’ ‘Scaled Smart City’ bridges the gap between driving simulations and real-world tests On the second floor of the University of Delaware’s Spencer Lab, a 20×20 foot model city — complete with tree-lined roundabouts and...