Kristi Kiick Honored for Inventions

Kristi Kiick Honored for Inventions

UD engineering professor honored by National Academy of Inventors Kristi Kiick, Blue and Gold Distinguished Professor of Materials Science and Engineering at the University of Delaware, has been named a Fellow of the National Academy of...
Accelerating Technology Commercialization

Accelerating Technology Commercialization

Early-stage startups awarded FastPass funding to scale innovations Extrave Bioscience and Lignolix have been named as winners of the 2019 University of Delaware FastPass competition. This program, run by...
Greenhouse Gas for Good

Greenhouse Gas for Good

Engineers reveal new way to capture carbon dioxide and use it cleanly and cost effectively As atmospheric carbon dioxide concentrations continue to rise, many experts are looking for ways to capture this greenhouse gas and put it to good use. Bingjun Xu, Centennial...
Thriving in a Real-World Environment

Thriving in a Real-World Environment

Through Senior Design, engineering students flex their skills Megan Mannino, a senior majoring in biomedical engineering, was intrigued by microfluidics—the study of fluid behavior at a submillimeter scale—when she first learned about the subject during a technical...
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...
Expanding Horizons for Shear-Thickening Fluid

Expanding Horizons for Shear-Thickening Fluid

UD technology feeds new athletic wear, flies outside International Space Station It expands, it contracts, it gets stronger, it lets up — it reacts to changing conditions in formidable and comfortable ways. And the adventures of shear-thickening fluid, invented by...