Engineer will develop micro-sized devices to understand the body’s immune system Lymph nodes are important organs that train a body’s immune cells to fight off…
We enable entrepreneurs and innovators, within and beyond the UD community, to accelerate their ideas into the market place, grow their businesses and form partnerships by facilitating access to space, capital, counsel, and connections
The University of Delaware’s “Spin In” program, founded, managed and trademarked by the Office of Economic Innovation and Partnerships, connects University undergraduate students with community entrepreneurs and early-stage startups to give them an inside look at business innovation in action and a chance to apply what they’re learning in real-life situations. Read More
Spin In® Showcase 2016
The Spin In project of the University of Delaware’s Office of Economic Innovation and Partnerships (OEIP) is designed to do that kind of thing, linking entrepreneurs who have a business challenge with students who have the skills to address it. Students get valuable experience and make helpful connections and business owners get fresh ideas and lots of extra brainpower. Read More
University of Delaware biomedical engineer Emily Day is working on technology that may one day replace bone marrow transplants.
In 1984, Juanita Beauford became co-owner of a medical supply company that received numerous awards from the state of Pennsylvania to provide medical equipment in…