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  • UDaB goes global, local

    Article by Nikki Laws | March 24, 2017

    UD students spend Winter Session, Spring Break giving back

  • Membrane, heal thyself

    Article by Diane Kukich | March 24, 2017

    Paper documents self-healing membrane for fuel cell applications

  • Women of Promise

    Article by Dana Perry | March 24, 2017

    Allison Burris Castellanos encourages women faculty, students to become advocates

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  • Large area of acidified water found in western Arctic Ocean

    The Canadian Press Online | March 23, 2017

    Article quotes Wei-Jun Cai, Marine Science and Policy, the U.S. lead principal investigator on a project that studied the migration of acidified water into the region and its potential impact on the planet.

  • Research explores healthy weight gain in infants

    NJToday.net | March 23, 2017

    Article looks at research led by Jillian Trabulsi, Behavioral Health and Nutrition, who is examining infant formula and how their various compositions affect energy balance, weight gain and growth.

  • Art gifts: Shrinking DuPont donates Wyeths from ex-HQ, hotel

    The Philadelphia Inquirer | March 23, 2017

    Lawrence Nees, Art History, tells the publication that the artwork's migration to Delaware museums will give them more exposure. "Not everyone had lunch at the Hotel du Pont."

  • For Delawarean Dallas Green, a baseball life lived well

    The News Journal | March 23, 2017

    The former player and manager, who led the Phillies to their first World Series title in 1980, was a standout pitcher at the University of Delaware before signing with the team in 1955.

  • Water security in jeopardy

    The Daily Sun | March 22, 2017

    Article mentions paper co-written by Holly Michael, Geography and Marine Science and Policy, that reveals over-pumping of groundwater in Dhaka, Bangladesh, may have dire consequences outside the city center.