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In Memoriam: George E. Collins

In Memoriam: George E. Collins

George E. Collins, a Distinguished Research Professor at the University of Delaware from 1985-86 and 1995-2002, died Nov. 21, 2017. He was 89.

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Malikopoulos elected ASME Fellow

Malikopoulos elected ASME Fellow

Andreas Malikopoulos, an associate professor in the Department of Mechanical Engineering, has been elected Fellow of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME). Fewer than 3 percent of society members earn this status.

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Keeping cancer cells dormant

Keeping cancer cells dormant

The Delaware Breast Cancer Coalition awarded a research travel grant to Shantanu Pradhan, a postdoctoral researcher in the University of Delaware Department of Biomedical Engineering.

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Five decades of computer science

Five decades of computer science

Emeritus professor Sandra Carberry reflected on successes, challenges in a lecture for the University of Delaware Association of Retired Faculty’s My Intellectual Journey Series.

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Wu Snags Multiple Honors

Wu Snags Multiple Honors

UD bioinformatics director is recognized among top researchers in her field Cathy Wu already had a doctoral degree (in plant pathology) when she decided to return to school for a master’s in computer science in 1987. Three decades later, she is a leading authority in...

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Blue Hen Bragging Rights

Blue Hen Bragging Rights

Look around the world, and you will see UD’s story told in the lives we collectively lead. Listen to the echoes of history, and you will hear of all that our scholars and students have accomplished. Pay attention to the voices of the people who seek progress and...

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Man on the Moon

Man on the Moon

It was the height of the groovy-but-grim late ’60s, and the collective American consciousness seemed to have lapsed into a dizzy haze, like queasy riders on some psychedelic, psychotic merry-go-round. In those days, war tore at the nation’s heart, its brutal images...

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UD Meets University of Tsukuba

UD Meets University of Tsukuba

University of Delaware data scientists host researchers from Japan In preparation for the 2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo, researchers in Japan are developing new programs in data science, smart cities, cybersecurity, and the Internet of Things. As part of this effort,...

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UD Alumnus Earns Rare Trio of Accolades

UD Alumnus Earns Rare Trio of Accolades

Arup K. Chakraborty is now a member of all three National Academies: Science, Engineering, and Medicine There are only 21 people in America who have been elected to the National Academy of Science, National Academy of Engineering, and National Academy of...

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