Karl Booksh, professor of analytical chemistry, is one of three UD professors named as 2015 fellows of the American Chemical Society, recognizing outstanding achievements and contributions to science and the profession.
UD astronomers share some of their insights after seeing photos taken by NASA's New Horizons spacecraft, which traveled 3 billion miles to Pluto to show the world stunning images of the dwarf planet.
Researchers in UD's Department of Biological Sciences have identified a deficiency of two genes that may be the prime suspects in the formation of cataracts, which are the leading cause of blindness worldwide.
Twenty-five young African leaders are on the University of Delaware campus, attending the 2015 Mandela Washington Fellowship program, a six-week initiative combining academic training and community engagement.
Thanks to a faculty-alumnus connection, a chemistry student interested in a possible career in the cosmetics industry was offered the opportunity to intern in a business that formulates pigments for that industry.
Colleen Terry, a recent doctoral graduate in art history, has received the 2015 Wilbur Owen Sypherd Prize in the Humanities for her dissertation about the impact of 18th century British artist William Hogarth.
Students from five historically black
colleges and universities attended a Summer
Institute in Photograph Conservation at UD in June, designed to help them work to preserve important collections at their institutions.
At the Delaware Public Humanities Institute this summer, graduate students learned, developed and practiced an assortment of techniques for engaging audiences, from elementary schools to retirement centers, in their research.
An experimental spring semester class, Digital Technology and Politics, encouraged students from a variety of majors--including political science, communication and engineering--to brainstorm.
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