College of Engineering Videos
A plant-powered approach to replacing petrochemicals
Hundreds of UD undergraduate students are continuing on with remarkable research projects remotely, in spite of COVID-19. Alice Amitrano, a UD undergrad from Rome, Italy, is working on a major sustainability issue—she’s exploring natural polymers found in the cell walls of plants as a substitute for BPA, a chemical used to make plastic water bottles and food containers. Read more about Alice’s research on UDaily.
UD triathlete studies Achilles tendons
NASA payload delivers out of this world experience for UD grads
Summer Scholar Spotlight: Yiming Wan & UD’s Scaled Smart City
Research & Innovation
TuFF: Tailored Universal Feedstock for Forming
Researchers at UD’s Center for Composite Materials have created the world’s strongest short fiber composite material that can be stamped into complex shapes, just like sheet metal can be stamped, in less than one minute.
From Automation to Inspiration
Unlocking mysteries about ocean currents
A new term coined at UD: bundlemers!
A New Twist on CRISPR Cas9
UD invention aims to improve battery performance
Why dual light therapy hits triple negative breast cancer harder
Dean Levi T. Thompson Delivers Inaugural Lecture
The College of Engineering presents Levi T. Thompson, Dean of the College of Engineering, as Elizabeth Inez Kelley Professor of Chemical Engineering. This inaugural lecture, held on March 18, 2019, is entitled “Taking a Stab at Alchemy: The Development of Nanostructured Early Transition Metal Carbides and Nitrides.”
The One Credit Revolution: UD’s Andy Novocin
Women in Engineering hosted by UD’s Nancy Karibjanian
UD History of the Start-up of Fingerworks