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Engineering Dean Named to Chemical Heritage Board

Ogunnaike brings academic and industry experience to the Chemical Heritage Foundation board of directors Babatunde Ogunnaike, William L. Friend Chair and dean of the University of Delaware College of Engineering, has been named to the board of directors of the...

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The Future in 5G

Nokia Bell Labs inventor will talk about the “Internet of everything” on Sept. 27 at UD When Alexander Graham Bell invented the first telephone, patented 141 years ago, he couldn’t possibly have imagined what our phones can do today. “The world has really been...

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Research Teams Have Strong Pull for Undergrads

UD marks 30 years in national undergrad research program Science made some important contributions to life on this planet in 1987. It was the first time a heart-lung transplant was accomplished, the first year DNA samples were used in a criminal conviction, and it was...

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A Culture of Innovation

The iPhone’s touch technology was born in a UD lab. What will our engineers come up with next? Many people are buzzing about the Sept. 12 Apple announcement about the newest iPhone, the 10th anniversary edition of the device that changed the world. But did you know...

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Putting Smart Weapons to the Test

UD-licensed technology addresses Air Force need In the old days, a slingshot, BB gun, rifle or cannon was only as smart as the marksman taking aim. Now, many weapons are guided to their targets with the precision of infrared sensors and lasers. The technology...

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UD Biomedical Engineering Chair to lead national organization

As president of the Biomedical Engineering Society, Dawn Elliott will focus on education Dawn Elliott, chair of the University of Delaware’s Department of Biomedical Engineering, has been elected president of the Biomedical Engineering Society (BMES). Founded in 1968,...

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Tsu-Wei Chou Takes Center Stage

At international conference, the UD mechanical engineering professor gave key lecture In the field of composite materials, Tsu-Wei Chou is an icon. Chou, the Pierre S. du Pont Chair of Engineering in the Department of Mechanical Engineering, gave a plenary lecture in...

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Three Named Professorships Granted

Three scholars in the College of Engineering are honored as named professors The University of Delaware College of Engineering has honored three faculty members with named professorships. To be selected, faculty members must have a sustained record of achievement that...

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Making Better Material for Fuel Cells

UD researchers make material to make fuel cells more durable, less expensive Take a ride on the University of Delaware’s Fuel Cell bus, and you see that fuel cells can power vehicles in an eco-friendly way. In just the last two years, Toyota, Hyundai and Honda have...

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Engineering’s Zhang Wins NSF Grant

UD computer and information scientist will study secure mobile cloud sensing From San Francisco to Philadelphia, America’s metropolises are slowly becoming “smart cities.” In smart cities, infrastructure is equipped with sensors that gather data on things like noise,...

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UD Hosts Chinese Students for Computer Symposium

Local entrepreneur, computer and information sciences department hold symposium for students from Chinese university When the leader of a high-tech startup wanted to help Chinese students study software engineering in America, he asked for assistance from the...

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Three New Engineering Chairs

CBE, CEE and ME departments have new leadership The University of Delaware’s College of Engineering is pleased to announce the appointment of three new department chairs. “These faculty members are already trailblazers in their fields, and I anticipate that they will...

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