Article by Dante LaPenta | June 22, 2017
Edwards, Kirkman use ‘renal rehab’ to combat chronic kidney disease
Article by Karen B. Roberts | June 21, 2017
Delaware Sea Grant’s annual report informs community about latest efforts
Article by Diane Kukich | June 20, 2017
Slater lab awarded NIH funds to develop new tissue-engineered device to mimic organ-specific breast cancer metastasis patterns
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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 Karen B. Roberts | June 12, 2017
Molecular scale science may inform water purification methods, battery improvements
Article by Diane Kukich | June 01, 2017
Gleghorn awarded NIH funding to identify molecular mechanisms underlying lung development and congenital diaphragmatic hernia
Article by Diane Kukich | May 30, 2017
NSF grant to support development of cyberinfrastructure tools for precision agriculture