Reducing Radiation

Reducing Radiation

Paper reports successful use of nanocomposites to absorb electromagnetic radiation The rapid development of modern electronic equipment and wireless devices has resulted in severe electromagnetic (EM) radiation pollution, which has implications in the health of...
NSF Career Award

NSF Career Award

Feser’s research to focus on engineering of materials with improved thermal properties At a microscopic level, heat flow in many materials occurs through random vibrations, called phonons, that transport energy in a wave-like manner. Recently, Joe Feser, assistant...
Building Better Batteries

Building Better Batteries

Researchers report new approach to improving lithium-sulfur batteries Rechargeable lithium-ion batteries are the power behind most modern portable electronics, including cell phones, tablets, laptops, fitness trackers, and smart watches. However, their energy density...
Industry Partners Day

Industry Partners Day

Gore CEO Terri Kelly shares lessons learned during successful career Terri Kelly, president and CEO of W.L. Gore and Associates, shared some of her three decades of career wisdom with an audience of more than 150 students, faculty, alumni, and representatives of...
ASME Fellow

ASME Fellow

UD’s Lian-Ping Wang recognized for work in multiphase turbulent flows Lian-Ping Wang, professor of mechanical engineering at the University of Delaware, has been elected a fellow of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) for “pioneering contributions to...
Joint Function

Joint Function

NSF grant supports research to shed light on how cartilage works Cartilage, a connective tissue found throughout the body, is critical to the function of our joints. Tough yet flexible, it supports load and enables frictionless motion between joint surfaces....
Faculty, Research