In Her Nature

In Her Nature

UD grad student recognized for supporting first-generation college students, environmental causes A typical weekend for Patricia Hurley doesn’t involve binge-watching the latest TV shows. This doctoral student in civil and environmental engineering at the University...
Mentorship Through Robotics

Mentorship Through Robotics

Graduate students, professors coach high school robotics team in Wilmington Two alumni and two faculty members from the University of Delaware mentored a robotics team based in Wilmington, Delaware that made it all the way to a national competition. For Inspiration...
Bridging Science and Society

Bridging Science and Society

Five doctoral students selected for 2018 DENIN Environmental Fellowships The Delaware Environmental Institute (DENIN) has selected its fifth class of DENIN Environmental Fellows. These highly competitive and prestigious fellowships offer financial support and...
Using Sensors to Spot Infrastructure Damage

Using Sensors to Spot Infrastructure Damage

UD team aims to commercialize structural health monitoring systems An entrepreneurial team based at the University of Delaware is working to commercialize a system that could make infrastructure such as bridges and pipelines safer. The team, called Smartenius,...
Shop Right

Shop Right

Online shopping might not be as green as people think it is Home shopping isn’t new — images from Sears catalogues in the early 1900s show bicycles, banjos, hats, dresses, shoes, long underwear for men, corsets for women, guns, tools, light fixtures, storage trunks,...
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