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Delaware Innovation Space Announces W7Energy as Winner of University of Delaware FastPass Award W7Energy has been named the winner of the first University of Delaware FastPass Award. This award grants W7Energy an equity free start-up package, including operational and...
A sports bra enabled by UD technology, the Reebok PureMove Bra, has been named a top innovation of the year.
Three UD graduate students in computer engineering — Patrick Cronin, Charles Gouert, and Fateme Hosseini — took first place in the Embedded Security Challenge at the finals of CSAW.
Thomas H. Epps, III, has secured a patent on technology that holds potential to improve the performance, safety and stability of solid state lithium batteries.
UD startup, RiKarbon, are combining plant scraps and natural oils, through chemistry for a renewable oil.
UD’s construction engineering and management program, a one-of-its-kind offering in the Mid-Atlantic region, is off to a very strong start.
The University of Delaware recognized more than 225 inventors on campus for their efforts and contributions toward innovation and commercialization.
UD engineers partner with Delaware Solid Waste Authority to reduce food waste in landfills.
A team of UD engineering alumni ride the leading edge of jet technology at GE Aviation, working to incorporate ceramic parts into the next generation of massive jetliner power plants.