A Running Start at Research

A Running Start at Research

Wilmington high school student spends summer studying in UD engineering lab Most high school students probably know what a QR code is, but how many can say that they understand the science behind these optical labels? David Miller, a rising junior at Mount Pleasant...
Driven to Discover

Driven to Discover

Students help build Delaware ground station for NASA mission Editor’s note: Research, community service, internships and study abroad are part of the summer for University of Delaware students. Follow them in action in our series of profiles and stories, which will be...
Help At Your Fingertips

Help At Your Fingertips

New app designed for opioid users, loved ones, providers A new smartphone app puts a network of information and support about opioid and other substance use disorders into the hands of users, their loved ones and health care providers. The app, Help Near and Now (or...
DRIVING CLEAN ENERGY FORWARD

DRIVING CLEAN ENERGY FORWARD

Article by Karen B. Roberts Photos by Evan Krape | Map by Jeff Chase June 25, 2019   New Delaware law paves the way for everyday citizens to provide power to the electric grid The electric grid that keeps our home lights burning and our city streets from being in...
NEW GRANT SUPPORTS PROMISING RESEARCH IN SOLAR ENERGY

NEW GRANT SUPPORTS PROMISING RESEARCH IN SOLAR ENERGY

Article by Beth Miller Photo by Kathy F. Atkinson June 26, 2019 UD’s Ujjwal Das and collaborators work to improve photovoltage technology In their quest to improve our ability to capture and distribute the Earth’s greatest potential source of power—the sun—scientists...
FULBRIGHT WINNERS

FULBRIGHT WINNERS

Article by Nikki Laws Photos by Nikki Laws June 21, 2019   Seven UD students and alumni win Fulbright U.S. Student Program awards Beginning in August, seven students and alumni will travel abroad as the University of Delaware’s newest Fulbright award winners....
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