Putting Software on a Diet

Putting Software on a Diet

NSF grant to support the development of energy-efficient software Concerns about battery life, heat creation, fan noise and overall high energy costs have driven the development of more energy-efficient computers and mobile devices over the past two decades. But the...
Cybersecurity grants

Cybersecurity grants

UD CSI awards funds to support multidisciplinary cybersecurity concepts The University of Delaware Cybersecurity Initiative has awarded six grants to support research projects addressing a range of issues from bio-cybersecurity and drone navigation to the use of...
Data science innovation

Data science innovation

UD partnering on regional big data innovation hub The ability to access, analyze and draw insights from massive amounts of data already drives innovation in areas ranging from medicine to manufacturing, leading to greater efficiency and a higher quality of life. To...
Chicken Fat

Chicken Fat

Research provides insights into genetic basis of obesity Just as poultry is steadily gaining in popularity on dinner plates, the chicken is growing in attractiveness as a biomedical model for studying health issues ranging from headaches and ovarian cancer to cystic...
International ethics

International ethics

Interdisciplinary team to address global issues in STEM research The University of Delaware has been awarded more than $200,000 by the National Science Foundation to collaborate with the National Academy of Engineering (NAE) on an international research ethics...
NSF Graduate Research Fellows

NSF Graduate Research Fellows

Five UD students receive NSF Graduate Research Fellowships Matthew Fischel, a doctoral student at the University of Delaware, is busy this summer researching the ability of wetland plants to sequester heavy metal contaminants in the face of sea level rise at a...