CORONAVIRUS: WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW
Coronavirus, or COVID-19, continues to be an evolving situation—multiple people connected to the University of Delaware have tested positive—and we want to keep you informed about the University’s response to the issue.
Visit UD’s Coronavirus website for updated information, FAQs and guidance.
Annual Summer Research Review – virtual review to begin June 2 through June 4.
UD students (left to right, top row first) Alexandra Oliveira, Ana Sheehan, Ariel Hannum, Brandon Vance, Elizabeth Smith, Emily Mongold, Patricia L. Hurley and Rebecca Davis were awarded fellowships by the National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship Program.
New characterization techniques developed at the Catalysis Center for Energy Innovation may help improve electrochemical storage technologies, such as fuels cells used in UD’s hydrogen fuel cell buses.
UD President Dennis Assanis addresses more than 1,300 members of the campus community during the General Faculty meeting, held via Zoom and UDLive.
Chemical engineering major Lucas Attia recognized for exceptional promise.
Reebok, the athletic apparel company, has expanded its PureMove line of clothing, which incorporates University of Delaware-invented Shear Thickening Fluid technology invented by UD Professor Norm Wagner and alumnus Eric Wetzel.
Upcoming Events & Seminars
Upcoming CBE Thesis Defense(s)
- 05/28/2020 @ 1:00 PM – Virtual Presentation: Matthew Jouny – “Two-Step Electroreduction of Carbon Dioxide for Sustainable Chemical Production”
- 06/01/2020 @ 1:00 PM – contact Ellie Oates for Zoom info. – “Investigating Metabolic Reprogramming in Adipocytes via 13C-Based Techniques”
- 06/26/2020 @ 10:30 AM – Jonathan Lym – (save the date) more information coming soon
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The @NSF Graduate Research Fellowship Program (GRFP) has awarded fellowships to 6 @UDelaware doctoral students, 2 graduating with bachelor’s degrees, and 6 alumni who earned their undergraduate degrees & are currently enrolled in graduate studies at other institutions. https://t.co/8qOVWITSV9
Atomic-scale catalysts may pave the way for converting biomass to fuels, chemicals. An interdisciplinary team of researchers from @UDelaware and @BrookhavenLab report new advances in converting biomass to potential biofuels.