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Computers and chemistry

Computers and chemistry

UD’s interdisciplinary graduate traineeship provides students with key communication and technical skills needed to address complex, real-world problems.

Sustainable concrete

Sustainable concrete

UD engineers create sidewalk pavers using non-recyclable plastics, reducing natural resource usage while keeping plastic waste out of landfills.

Celebrating Two Decades of Sisterhood

Celebrating Two Decades of Sisterhood

The University of Delaware Nu Chapter of Alpha Omega Epsilon, a professional and social sorority for students in the engineering and technical science fields, celebrated its 20th Anniversary this semester.

Making moon rocks

Making moon rocks

UD mechanical engineering students help NASA test a moon rover.

A new molecular understanding of protein phase separation

A new molecular understanding of protein phase separation

UD researcher Kristi Kiick is part of a new study that provides insights into how disordered proteins form membrane-free liquid droplets, with implications for cell biology research, developing new disease treatments, and designing novel biomaterials.

Piezoelectric fibers

Piezoelectric fibers

UD engineers are the lead inventors on a new patent for making piezoelectric devices, such as sensors and actuators, using Nodax®, a biodegradable, bio-based polymer.