Measuring Blood Damage

Measuring Blood Damage

UD engineer uses mechanical resistance to detect damage to red blood cells According to the National Kidney Foundation, more than 37 million people are living with kidney disease. The kidneys play an important role in the body, from removing waste products to...
Department Chair Term Extensions

Department Chair Term Extensions

Mechanical engineering, materials science and engineering chairs to serve another two years The University of Delaware College of Engineering is pleased to announce the two-year extension of Ajay Prasad’s appointment as chair of the Department of Mechanical...
Algorithmic Autos

Algorithmic Autos

UD research on connected and automated vehicles yields promising results Imagine merging into busy traffic without ever looking over your shoulder nor accelerating or braking too hard, irritating the driver in the next lane over. Connected and automated vehicles that...
2020 Warner and Taylor Awards

2020 Warner and Taylor Awards

UD Alumni Association honors two seniors for academic achievement and community service The University of Delaware Alumni Association (UDAA) announced the 2020 recipients of the Emalea Pusey Warner and Alexander J. Taylor Sr. Outstanding Senior Awards, honoring two of...
Making a Difference

Making a Difference

Campus responds to crisis with creativity, compassion While the coronavirus pandemic has upended our lives in many ways, the pandemic cannot stop the compassion and creativity of the University of Delaware community. In mid-March, research labs and health clinics...
A Successful Move to Online Learning

A Successful Move to Online Learning

University-wide team effort brings all but two of 6,422 course sections online in just two weeks The coronavirus COVID-19 health crisis forced universities to adjust and adapt quickly to an unprecedented situation. One of the biggest questions was how fast, and how...
Alumni Spotlight: Nancy Sottos

Alumni Spotlight: Nancy Sottos

Self-healing materials innovator recognized for her influence Materials scientists and engineers have developed materials with the ability to heal themselves from damage by closing up tiny cracks before they become deep fissures. These materials can be used to protect...
First Annual Henswear Symposium

First Annual Henswear Symposium

Henswear, a cross-campus collaboration to develop smart wearables, is hosting its first annual Henswear Symposium on February 21, 2020 in the STAR Campus Health Science Complex North Atrium at the University of Delaware. The event will feature keynote speaker Lucy...