New research by a UD psychological scientist and his collaborators across the globe has found a simple exercise that can undo the unconscious racial biases that children may develop as early as infancy.
The Center for Political Communication's 2015 National Agenda speaker series, titled "Race in America: Conversations About Identity and Equality," opens Sept. 9 and will include six speakers and four films.
Researchers studying how social stressors affect appetite and diet found that hostile arguments between married partners often preceded a surge in the "I'm hungry" hormone and were linked to poor food choices.
Ten undergraduates with disabilities are participating in a program this summer at UD, assisting faculty members with research in chemistry and gaining valuable laboratory experience and support services.
The Department of Fashion and Apparel Studies has signed an agreement with a leading Chinese university to bring students in its textile and fashion programs to UD for their senior year and possible graduate studies.
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.
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