‘Super Reviewer’

‘Super Reviewer’

Yu-Ping (Yo) Chin honored for contributions to Environmental Science & Technology Environmental Science & Technology, a journal published by the American Chemical Society, has named University of Delaware civil and environmental engineering professor Yu-Ping...
Surf Zone Injury Predictions

Surf Zone Injury Predictions

New UD study looks to improve forecasts for when beachgoers face greatest risk From 2010 through 2017, more than 2,000 surf zone injury events, including 196 spinal injuries and six fatalities, were recorded at Delaware’s five most frequented beaches: Cape Henlopen...
SAFEGUARDING OUR WATER SUPPLY

SAFEGUARDING OUR WATER SUPPLY

Article by Karen B. Roberts |Photo by Evan Krape   UD-invented technology selectively filters perchlorate from water Click here to watch video. In June, the Environmental Protection Agency issued a request for public comment on a proposed rule for regulating...
Protecting Buildings From Earthquake Damage

Protecting Buildings From Earthquake Damage

Engineering professor studies effectiveness of retrofits to strengthen concrete structures The most recent major earthquake to hit the United States shook the ground around Anchorage, Alaska on Nov. 30, 2018. Jovan Tatar, an assistant professor of civil and...
Light Wakes Up Freshwater Bacteria

Light Wakes Up Freshwater Bacteria

Researchers find pond bacteria grows faster during the day, suggest a genetic explanation Some of the bacteria that live in ponds, lakes and other freshwater environments grow faster during the day, even though they don’t take in sunlight as an energy source,...
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