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A PIPELINE FROM RESEARCH TO INDUSTRY: Delaware Energy Institute gives UD students firsthand look at gas industry

Jul. 17, 2018--Six University of Delaware students in the Delaware Energy Institute’s Research Experiences for Undergraduates (REU) program learned those lessons firsthand when they visited three companies driving the natural gas industry in the state and beyond: Peninsula Energy Services Company, Inc. (PESCO), Eastern Shore Natural Gas (ESNG) and Formosa Plastics.


UD RESEARCHER APPOINTED TO NATIONAL ENERGY ADVISORY COMMITTEE: Basudeb Saha is associate director at the UD-led Catalysis Center for Energy Innovation

Jul. 11, 2018--University of Delaware researcher Basudeb Saha has been appointed to the Biomass Research and Development Technical Advisory Committee (TAC), a bioenergy consortium comprised mostly of decision makers from federal agencies and the White House, co-chaired by the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) and the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE.)


6ABC NEWS AIRS: New Process Turns Wood Scraps into Tape

Jun. 29, 2018--(reprised from UDaily article published on 06/05/2018)


BALANCING ACT: Chemical engineering student recognized for interests outside the classroom and laboratory

Jun. 7, 2018--Graduate students don’t have a lot of free time, but when Himaghna Bhattacharjee has a spare moment, he makes the most of it.


NEW PROCESS TURNS WOOD SCRAPS INTO TAPE: UD engineers convert commonly discarded material into high-performance adhesive

Jun. 5, 2018--Whether you’re wrapping a gift or bandaging a wound, you rely on an adhesive to get the job done. These sticky substances often are made from petroleum-derived materials, but what if there was a more sustainable way to make them?


IT’S ALUMNI WEEKEND — RAIN OR SHINE!

Alumni Weekend 2018 - June 1-3, 2018
Click here to see the schedule of events.
The Green will be closed this evening from 5 pm to 1 am for Dela-bration, the weekend's main attraction, with more than 5,000 Blue Hens enjoying an evening of food, live music and dancing in the heart of campus. There will be specific entry points to The Green at Delaware Avenue, while other normal entry points will be closed and monitored by security. You must exit or enter buildings through doors that do not face The Green.


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