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DNREC, UD create database of funding opportunities to support resilient communities

Space suit tailor

POSTED: July 27, 2019
UD grad helped create space suits for Apollo astronauts


UD grad helped create space suits for Apollo astronauts

To the moon and beyond

POSTED: July 16, 2019
UD researchers point to future as the world marks Apollo 11’s 50th anniversary


UD researchers point to future as the world marks Apollo 11’s 50th anniversary

NASA’s fastest, farthest sun mission

POSTED: July 16, 2019
UD physicist William Matthaeus helped lay the foundation for the Parker Solar Probe


UD physicist William Matthaeus helped lay the foundation for the Parker Solar Probe

My summer at NASA

POSTED: July 15, 2019
UD student reflects on opportunity, wonders about next step


UD student reflects on opportunity, wonders about next step

Fast-forwarding through ads?

POSTED: July 11, 2019
How DVR is changing the world of TV advertising


How DVR is changing the world of TV advertising

Words to borrow

POSTED: July 9, 2019
How the words we use can predict whether we’ll pay back loans


How the words we use can predict whether we’ll pay back loans

Biotechnology innovation hub

POSTED: July 4, 2019
Global experts visit UD to learn about biotech ecosystem


Global experts visit UD to learn about biotech ecosystem

Climate Academy

POSTED: July 3, 2019
Delaware Sea Grant welcomes teachers to UD’s Lewes Campus for the 2019 Climate Academy


Delaware Sea Grant welcomes teachers to UD’s Lewes Campus for the 2019 Climate Academy

Teaming up to fight a deadly disease

POSTED: June 29, 2019
For breast cancer research, engineering graduate student combines two labs’ expertise


For breast cancer research, engineering graduate student combines two labs’ expertise

New grant supports promising research in solar energy

POSTED: June 27, 2019
UD’s Ujjwal Das and collaborators work to improve photovoltage technology


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UD Research Magazine Vol 7.1

Volume 7.1

2017 Research in Progress

What’s it like to do research in the Arctic? What ‘s it like to be on a ship for 4 to 6 weeks off Greenland? How do you work and sleep with 24 hours of daylight? Oceanographer Andreas Muenchow gives us a glimpse into his world.

At Sea in the Arctic

What’s it like to do research in the Arctic? What ‘s it like to be on a ship for 4 to 6 weeks off Greenland? How do you work and sleep with 24 hours of daylight? Oceanographer Andreas Muenchow gives us a glimpse into his world.

The Quiet Revolution

Trevor A. Dawes learned how libraries can change people’s lives when he was a college student. Now, he’s leading the charge to make the UD Library, Museums and Press an even greater force for good.

The hidden lives within a portrait

A 1746 portrait would launch a global journey into 18th-century life and present the past in a way never done before. The portrait was of Anne Shippen Willing, and what she wore would lead historian Zara Anishanslin on a journey to the far corners of the world—and launch a bold new way of looking at the past.

Filling a Real Demand for Simulated Care

Nursing instructor Amy Cowperthwait and her students are inventing products with a common goal: teaching compassionate patient care. Cowperthwait’s startup links students, engineers, business experts on quest to teach challenging medical procedures.

Suit Me Up for Mars

When astronauts make the “Journey to Mars,” NASA wants every protective measure available in place. The space agency contracted with ILC Dover to develop a new spacesuit, and ILC enlisted several materials experts at the University of Delaware to work on a suit that can handle whatever space might throw at them.

A NIIMBL Approach To Making Modern Medicines

Biopharmaceuticals have emerged recently and are having a revolutionary impact on vexing diseases such as cancer. The National Institute for Innovation in Manufacturing Biopharmaceuticals (NIIMBL), headquartered at the University of Delaware, is at the forefront of making medicines more accessible to Americans.

Exploring the Red Planet

NASA wants to put humans on Mars by the early 2030s. University of Delaware researchers are helping to develop spacesuits for that mammoth expedition. Yet Mars is shrouded in mystery for many of us. So what do you know about Mars? Let’s test your knowledge.

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