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The launch of history’s largest and most powerful space observatory

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Collaborative project aims to find sustainable ways to create, destroy plastics

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CULTIVATING CURIOSITY

CULTIVATING CURIOSITY

Invention is rarely a straight line from idea to end product. More often, it is a circuitous route that involves iteration and failure. For inventors, however, finding solutions to societal problems is rewarding, no matter how hard-fought the process.

CONTROLLING PROTEINS

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Engineering’s Wilfred Chen publishes new CRISPR concept in Nature Chemical Biology

IMPROVING FUEL CELLS

IMPROVING FUEL CELLS

UD engineers, international researchers find new catalyst to improve fuel cell materials

GOING FOR GOLD

Three UD female STEM students earn prestigious Goldwater Scholarship

Roadmap for the future

The late UD Prof. Babatunde Ogunnaike played a key role in a new report on the future of chemical engineering

2022

Winter Research Review

Wednesday, June 1, 2022

The 4th year Graduate Students will present their research at our Annual Research Review on Wednesday, June 1, 2022 at the Perkins Student Center. The Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering Research Review is for fellow students, faculty, and industry.

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2022

Summer Research Review

Thursday, June 2, 2022

The 2nd year Graduate Students will present their research at our Annual Research Review on Thursday, June 2, 2022 in Colburn Lab. The 2nd Year Talks: Summer Research Review is for fellow students & faculty.
 

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This brand-new way of controlling protein localization. @WilfredChen1, Gore Professor in the @UDengineering’s @UDChBE, has found a new way to control metabolism in microorganisms, as outlined in a paper published in @nchembio.
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UD Prof. @YushanYan & CBE postdoc Teng Wang, & collaborators from Switzerland, recently published findings in @NatureMaterials on a new catalyst that could eliminate the need for precious metals in fuel cells. https://t.co/0HH77f317v
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