Innovating Through a Pandemic

Innovating Through a Pandemic

For their capstone projects, UD senior engineering students built devices for use in healthcare, aerospace, manufacturing and more Every year, senior engineering students at the University of Delaware face the greatest challenge of their academic careers. Preparation...
Final Beam Raised in Fintech Building

Final Beam Raised in Fintech Building

Financial innovation hub emerges on UD’s STAR Campus Contractors raised a 30-foot stretch of carbon steel 92 feet into the air on the University of Delaware’s Science, Technology and Advanced Research (STAR) Campus on Wednesday, Feb. 10, putting the final beam in...
An Honored Inventor

An Honored Inventor

National Academy of Inventors elects UD’s Terry Papoutsakis to 2020 Fellows class The University of Delaware’s Eleftherios (Terry) Papoutsakis, Unidel Eugene Du Pont Chair of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering, has been named a fellow of the National Academy...
New Talent and Funding in Biomanufacturing

New Talent and Funding in Biomanufacturing

Mark Blenner to join UD and bring funding to address challenges in industrial yeast fermentation With a strong legacy of science and engineering innovation, and with the National Institute for Innovation in Biopharmaceutical Manufacturing headquartered on...
Frugal Science

Frugal Science

UD researchers develop low-cost method to decontaminate personal protective equipment As the weather turns cooler and people move activities indoors, the number of new coronavirus (COVID-19) cases being reported in the United States is rising. This mirrors COVID-19...
New 3D Printing Technology May Revolutionize the Composites Industry

New 3D Printing Technology May Revolutionize the Composites Industry

Engineers achieve 3D printing of continuous carbon fiber and thermosetting polymer What do airplanes, bridges, and wind turbines have in common? They can all be made from lightweight, strong, composite materials made of polymers reinforced with strong carbon fibers....