TuFF Technology Is Taking Off

TuFF Technology Is Taking Off

Uses for UD-developed material to include flying taxis Believe it or not, fighter jets, flying cars, natural gas pipelines and plastic bottles may be more alike than you think. So, what’s the common thread? They might one day be made with TuFF — a high-performance...
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...
Tiny Technology Cleans Dirty Water

Tiny Technology Cleans Dirty Water

Professors, alumnus develop method to destroy explosives in wastewater An activated carbon filter — found in many household filtration systems—can purify your drinking water, but it’s no match for wastewater that contains military-grade explosives. To clean wastewater...
A New Scientific Instrument For The Nation

A New Scientific Instrument For The Nation

UD tapped to lead development of world-class neutron research instrument The University of Delaware has been tapped to lead the development of a world-class neutron spin echo spectrometer for the United States. This scientific instrument will advance U.S. research on...
Bundlemers

Bundlemers

New polymer units created by UD, Penn researchers could enable materials breakthroughs From tires to clothes to shampoo, many ubiquitous products are made with polymers, large chain-like molecules made of smaller subunits called monomers, bonded together. Now, a team...