Carbon dioxide pumped into the air since the Industrial Revolution appears to have changed the way the coastal ocean functions, according to a new analysis published this week in Nature.
A comprehensive review of research on carbon cycling in...
12/4/2013 2:00 PM EST
Neutrinos can zip right through your body, the walls of your house, entire planets, even emerging from near the surface of fascinating and frightening black holes.
And now, an international scientific collaboration that includes researchers from...
11/21/2013 2:00 PM EST
Researchers at the University of Delaware found staggering and spacing out turbines in an offshore wind farm can improve performance by as much as 33 percent.
10/30/2013 5:00 PM EDT
E.T. International (ETI), a University of Delaware spin-off company, is highlighted in a Science Coalition report showcasing companies that trace their roots to federally funded university research.
10/30/2013 5:00 PM EDT
Women who are the most invested in science, technology, engineering and mathematics fields (STEM) are also the ones who are most likely to leave them. Part of it may have to do with a well-studied phenomenon called stereotype threat. But the...
10/16/2013 9:25 AM EDT
University of Delaware researcher Ulhas Naik has been awarded more than $1.3 million in grants from the National Institutes of Health and the American Heart Association to explore the biological players in clot formation and develop new thrombotic...
10/7/2013 8:35 PM EDT
In a study to publish in the journal Computers and Human Behavior, UD researchers in communications and political science explore how people perceive their own political behaviors online.
10/7/2013 8:00 PM EDT
Simple toys like blocks feed into kids' spatial skill and offer a foundation for learning subjects like math and science, according to a study by researchers at the University of Delaware and Temple University.
9/27/2013 9:00 AM EDT
University of Delaware sociologist Joel Best became skeptical about Halloween sadism when he was a graduate student. Now with over 50 years of data, he still hasn't found a documented case of a child who was seriously harmed by a contaminated...
10/25/2013 3:40 PM EDT
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A professor who specializes in fair trade issues says what Bloomberg News uncovered in Victoria's Secret's African supply chain is a symptom of a larger problem.
12/15/2011 10:00 PM EST
The University of Delaware provides the following list of experts on hurricanes, from historic hurricanes to disaster management, coastal erosion, flooding, rip currents, social behavior in disasters, engineering hurricane-resistant housing, damage...
8/26/2011 4:10 PM EDT
Last minute shoppers don't worry. Here's some novel, educational and affordable suggestions for kids' presents -- including the best gift of all.
12/14/2010 10:45 AM EST
If you create a detailed plan to achieve a goal, you may have a harder time reaching it. You're better off thinking about why you want to reach it, according to one University of Delaware professor.
12/4/2010 12:00 AM EST
On Black Friday, serious sales abound, as do serious shoppers and in some cases, serious consequences – flared tempers, bickering and in 2008, the death of a retail worker. Professor Sharron Lennon spent the past three Black Fridays observing and...
11/10/2010 3:25 PM EST