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A disruptor prevents things from proceeding as usual. But that’s not always bad. In research and education, we’re always turning ideas and methods on their ear in the quest to learn something new…
UD researchers partner with Reebok to build a “smart” sports bra — a sports bra engineered to actually do its job!
This issue of the University of Delaware Research magazine puts new faces on this idea of disruption, highlighting the innovative way our researchers are tackling complex problems. Learn about their work and what drives them and how the disruption they cause can produce real benefit for our world.
UD’s Science, Technology and Advanced Research (STAR) Campus is shining ever brighter with the nationally recognized Tower at STAR.
As a growing research institution, the University of Delaware is a place where you’ll find new ideas constantly sparking solutions to challenges once deemed impossible.The wonder of innovation is all around us, but what do you really know about it? Try your hand at these questions.
Now in its fourth year, this annual exhibit offers a captivating glimpse into a vast world of discovery at the University of Delaware.
Something truly special emerged from a box that no one expected until Julie McGee, associate professor of Africana Studies and Art History, and her University of Delaware students got their hands on the 53 photographs inside.
A professor of management at UD’s Lerner College of Business and Economics, Wendy Smith focuses on how leaders and teams can effectively respond to contradictory agendas.
Bridging the 'Valley of Death' for U.S. biomanufacturing: @NIIMBL Director Kelvin Lee of #UDel reports on how his team is exploring ways to bridge the gap between good ideas and critical #biopharmaceutical products. https://t.co/JKtP66hAZE @NIST @MFGUSA @UDengineering https://t.co/xKrWKZx4WF
#UDel's new 'MakerGym' gives our growing #MakerNetwork a hub to call its own, with lots of tools and space for creating, collaborating and 'fueling a new generation of dreamers and doers.' https://t.co/bI5Qyiiid5 @MohsenBadiey @udhorn @UDengineering @udceoe @UDCCM @PapaZissou https://t.co/ow5LMOWznC
Soil moisture is critical to the health of our planet. Now #UDel researchers Rodrigo Vargas and Mario Guevara have developed a new way to map soil moisture predictions with higher-res and greater accuracy. https://t.co/WG46R4iVTS @NSF @Conacyt_MX @UDcanr @vargaslab #datascience https://t.co/z7ZLCCYfxX
STEM Power! #UDel has teamed up with Girls Inc of Delaware to show girls how they could make their own discoveries in science, technology, engineering and/or mathematics. More to come in 2020! https://t.co/D99wISOwo4 @girlsincde #netde @UDengineering @udcas @UDCHS https://t.co/HP8RY1J0wt
Congratulations to #UDel's Kristi Kiick, who has been named a fellow of the National Academy of Inventors, recognizing the tangible impact of her innovative work. https://t.co/scW3jzbGH5 @AcadofInventors @UDengineering #materialsscience #chemistry #polymers https://t.co/LJecJLMqfw
She started as a 12-year-old in @UDengineering's K-12 Summer Camp. Now, Colleen Murray is a grad student, studying #carbon nanotube-based sensors with @ErikThostenson and working to build a stronger world. https://t.co/CNOO31FnXw @UDCCM @UDGradStudents https://t.co/PelHkc7TEw
Congratulations to #UDel's Jason Gleghorn and Joshua Wilson, winners of the 2019 Gerard Mangone Young Scholars Award, recognizing promising and accomplished young faculty. https://t.co/kK7fAyG4zH @UDCEHD @UDengineering @GleghornLab @UDFaculty @udbme @UDSOE https://t.co/YXFVL9yMLb