NEW AAAS FELLOWS

NEW AAAS FELLOWS

UD engineering faculty members Kristi Kiick (left) and Eric Furst are now AAAS Fellows. UD Professors Kristi Kiick, Eric Furst honored for scientific contributions Kristi Kiick and Eric Furst of the University of Delaware have been named Fellows of the American...
HEALING CHRONIC WOUNDS

HEALING CHRONIC WOUNDS

Millie Sullivan is a professor and the associate chair of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering Department within UD’s College of Engineering and a joint professor of Biomedical Engineering. She is an expert in biomaterials and drug delivery. Prof. Millie Sullivan...
Celebrating the Promise of Neutrons

Celebrating the Promise of Neutrons

At Neutron Day, international experts discuss the future of neutron scattering science October 30 was Neutron Day this year at the University of Delaware. Why celebrate neutrons? Because these subatomic particles with neutral electrical charge can bring positive...
BUNDLEMERS

BUNDLEMERS

New polymer units created by UD, Penn researchers could enable materials breakthroughs From tires to clothes to shampoo, many ubiquitous products are made with polymers, large chain-like molecules made of smaller subunits called monomers, bonded together. Now, a team...
Biomedical, Biomolecular, Chemical, Materials