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Latest CANR Research News
  • Researchers with influence

    November 16, 2021 | Written by Tracey Bryant
    Three professors from the University of Delaware — Wendy Smith, Rodrigo Vargas and Yushan Yan — have been recognized as Highly Cited Researchers for 2021 by Clarivate, a global analytics company.
  • Looking deeper into the soil

    October 07, 2021 | Written by Dante LaPenta
    UD's Rodrigo Vargas is a co-principal investigator on a new $18.9 million National Science Foundation grant to study soil at depths greater than anywhere else in the world.
  • Inner Workings: Keeping arsenic out of rice

    August 12, 2021 | From the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences Journal
    Angelia Seyfferth is investigating how husk fertilizer affects the movement and form of arsenic within the rice plant.
  • Hungry birds need healthy caterpillars

    August 10, 2021 | Written by Beth Miller
    Caterpillars are especially important in our environment because of their impact on birds. Most bird species rely on caterpillars to provide energy for themselves and their young.
  • New tools for critical research

    Article by Beth Miller | December 02, 2021

    UD’s Catherine Grimes and collaborators produce powerful new tools for understanding the immune system

  • Climate change adaptation internship

    Article by Yolanda Williams-Bey | December 02, 2021

    Economic mechanisms to increase efficiency of coastal property buyouts

  • Light speed advances

    Article by Maddy Lauria | December 01, 2021

    UD Prof. Tingyi Gu’s engineering specialty earns DARPA Young Faculty Award

  • Teens, isolation and COVID

    Article by Ann Manser | December 01, 2021

    Some adolescents experienced pandemic as a relief from negative interactions

  • Rhythms of the krill

    Article by Adam Thomas | November 23, 2021

    New research explores animals’ visual rhythms during the Arctic polar night

  • Eraser enzymes

    Article by Karen B. Roberts | November 22, 2021

    UD biochemist studies when enzymes in our cells go wrong and misbehave in human disease

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