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REMEMBERING T.W. FRASER RUSSELL

REMEMBERING T.W. FRASER RUSSELL

Dr. T.W. Fraser Russell, a longtime member of the University of Delaware faculty and administration, died on Nov. 29, 2019, at the age of 85.

CRACKING THE CODE

CRACKING THE CODE

With a $3.69 million grant from the National Science Foundation, University of Delaware researchers are working to unlock new routes to sustainably develop materials from lignin.

INNOVATION IN MOTION

Reebok’s PureMove Bra features proprietary Motion Sense Technology fabric able to respond to movement where and when wearers need it, thanks to UD’s shear thickening fluid (STF).

A KEY TECHNOLOGY FOR CARBON UTILIZATION

University of Delaware Professor Feng Jiao, left, graduate student Matthew Jouny, right, and postdoctoral fellow Gregory S. Hutchings (not pictured) are pushing the field of carbon monoxide electroreduction technology forward.

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Feng Jiao, the Robert Grasselli Development Professor of @UDChBE, is developing technologies to break down carbon dioxide into molecules that can then be used to synthesize valuable fuels and chemicals. ( https://t.co/VPbNKh5DJ5) https://t.co/LLaGVNbYge UDChBE photo
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