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Examining the immune system

UD chemical biologist Catherine Leimkuhler Grimes and research collaborators have produced potent new tools that offer precise, new perspectives on how the immune system is triggered.
 

Teens, isolation and COVID

Research conducted at UD has found that not all teenagers have been happy to resume the kinds of school and social activities that were curtailed during the height of the COVID pandemic.
 

Eraser enzymes

Jeff Mugridge was awarded nearly $2 million from the National Institutes of Health to study specific enzymes that can act like erasers and remove critical chemical groups from mRNA molecules.
 
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It's not every day that you rub shoulders with top media executives in a Big Apple boardroom. From a visit to NBC Studios to receiving the VIP treatment at Paradigm Talent Agency's NYC offices, follow along as our students step outside of the classroom to experience a behind-the-scenes studio tour and connect with UD alumni making moves in the media capital of the world.

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