John Suarez, an affiliated faculty member in the University of Delaware’s Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE), has been named a senior member of the National Academy of Inventors (NAI).
The United States offshore wind energy industry is growing, with planned commitments to build 26 gigawatts (GW) of offshore wind projects along the East Coast from now through 2035. This is the clean power equivalent of 26 nuclear power plants, or roughly 10 times the average electric energy used by the entire state of Delaware.
Lymph nodes are important organs that train a body’s immune cells to fight off infection from bacteria and viruses. When they get inflamed, it is a signal that immune cells are multiplying to attack an infection somewhere in the body. 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 Philadelphia neighborhood clinics. Two years later, she launched a second business on her own to deliver personal care products to the Delaware criminal justice system, a government contract she serviced for seven years while concurrently earning two master’s degrees. Read more.
SBDC launched a program called DatAssured in 2016 and more than 250 small businesses have taken the training, which focuses on operational and behavioral aspects of security. The program has received national attention and high marks from the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, which shared it as a “Resource of the Month.” Eleven other states have adopted the training program so far. Read more.
Gov. John Carney visited the University of Delaware’s Science, Technology and Advanced Research (STAR) Campus on Monday, March 19, and joined University leaders for a lofty view from the top floor of the STAR Tower that is under construction. Read more.
The University of Delaware announced on Monday, Dec. 18, an expanded collaboration with Nuvve Corporation, owner of the revolutionary vehicle-to-grid (V2G) technology developed at the University, that will further accelerate changes in energy and transportation.
The technology, already in commercial use in several areas of the world, points to a future where vehicles will routinely draw and discharge energy to the power grid. Read more.
The Delaware Small Business Development Center has prevented about 600 former DuPont workers from leaving Delaware to pursue jobs in other states.