Article by Sunny Rosen | November 21, 2017
New UD research suggests some types of discounts encourage shoppers to overspend
Article by Karen B. Roberts | November 20, 2017
UD professor and alum discover sea nettle jellyfish found in Rehoboth and Chesapeake Bay is actually two species
Article by Beth Miller | November 14, 2017
UD research on early-life adversity a 'hot topic' at Neuroscience 2017
Turning discovery into meaningful impact
Revolutionary thinking—it’s part of our DNA at UD. Our first students in 1743 helped found this nation.
Today, we’re marshaling that daring spirit and our expertise in science, engineering, the social sciences, arts and humanities to address new challenges.
We’re innovating clean cars and clean fuels, giving mobility to youngsters with disabilities, conserving the precious artifacts of our collective global heritage, and creating life-changing inventions right at your fingertips—did you know our touchpad technology made your smartphone possible? Explore the exciting research we’re leading and the entrepreneurial ecosystem we’re building.
Article by Julie Stewart | November 08, 2017
Scientists discuss promise of new cooperative agreement between UD and NIST
Article by Tracey Bryant | October 30, 2017
UD energy team develops processes to ramp up bio-based aviation fuel
Article by Julie Stewart | November 10, 2017
UD computer scientist uses text mining to advance personalized cancer treatment