Our News on Newswise

Newswise: 610c05f105a25_1626911188728.jpg

Helping India’s Smallholder Farmers

Instead of simply employing the practice of multiple cropping — producing crops multiple times during the year and not just in one growing season — a new study led by the University of Delaware’s Pinki Mondal shows that smallholder farmers in...
5-Aug-2021 11:45 AM EDT Add to Favorites

Hard-Core Bacteria

A new study by UD researcher Julie Maresca and her students found that even in a harsh concrete habitat, bacterial communities can survive, thrive and do what all living things do—change. Bacterial communities within concrete could provide early...
3-Aug-2021 3:45 PM EDT Add to Favorites

Newswise: 60febed02bb0e_For Thumbnail.jpeg

Fit Kids, Fat Vocabularies

A recent study by University of Delaware researchers suggests exercise can boost kids’ vocabulary growth. The article, published in the Journal of Speech Language and Hearing Research, details one of the first studies on the effect of exercise on...
26-Jul-2021 10:10 AM EDT Add to Favorites

A Worldwide Tracking System for Rainforests

Similar to the election needle and the stock market index, scientists have developed a new tracking system to detect danger to rainforests around the world. The data to build the index was culled from advanced satellite measurements of climate and...
23-Jul-2021 2:35 PM EDT Add to Favorites

Newswise: 1625245734388.jpg

Keeping Bacteria Under Lock and Key

University of Delaware’s Aditya Kunjapur, assistant professor of chemical and biomolecular engineering and an emerging leader in biosecurity with expertise in teaching cells to create and harness chemical building blocks not found in nature, is...
6-Jul-2021 11:45 AM EDT Add to Favorites

Newswise: 1625162684685.jpg

Rethinking Plastics

In a new issue of Science, devoted to the plastics problem, University of Delaware researchers LaShanda Korley and Thomas Epps, III, join collaborators in calling for new approaches to plastics design, production and use, with the goal of keeping...
1-Jul-2021 2:55 PM EDT Add to Favorites

Newswise: 1624285767966.jpg

Transforming CO2 and Sugars Into Biofuel

With a $2.7 million grant from the U.S. Department of Energy’s Advanced Research Projects Agency-Energy (ARPA-E), UD Professor Eleftherios (Terry) Papoutsakis is developing a system to produce bioenergy from a mix of microbes that can convert...
22-Jun-2021 11:40 AM EDT Add to Favorites

War against climate change must include managed retreat – now

Climate change will shape the future of coastal communities, with flood walls, elevated structures and possibly floating cities used to combat sea level rise. New research has found that managed retreat must be part of the solution now, and not a...
17-Jun-2021 2:05 PM EDT Add to Favorites

See All News

Our Experts on Newswise

Inside the 2021 Summer Olympics: A Gold Medal-Worthy Feat of Global Cooperation and Communication

22-Jul-2021 5:05 PM EDT

Stranded Pets the Latest Concern After Miami Building Collapse

4-Jul-2021 9:05 AM EDT

Expert: Cosby's Release is a Story of Race, Gender and Power

1-Jul-2021 2:15 PM EDT

Newswise: michael-chajes-feature-image-400x250.jpg

Michael Chajes, civil and environmental engineering professor and structural forensics expert, on Miami building collapse

28-Jun-2021 8:35 AM EDT

Lies about 2020 election persist, could impact future races

8-Jun-2021 2:50 PM EDT

Robust tourism season expected, along with challenges

14-May-2021 10:20 AM EDT

Newswise: 1620059440868.jpg

The Climate Costs of Working From Home

4-May-2021 11:10 AM EDT

Biden rights the economic ship, but rough waters could loom in the distance

Vaccine distribution, stimulus checks and reopenings have helped to revitalize the economy in the face of the pandemic. But challenges remain, including vaccine reluctance, inflation and the capital gains tax, says University of Delaware economist...
3-May-2021 6:20 PM EDT

See All Experts

Our YouTube Videos


The University of Delaware exists to cultivate learning, develop knowledge and foster the free exchange of ideas. State-assisted yet privately governed, the University has a strong tradition of distinguished scholarship, research, teaching and service that is grounded in a commitment to increasing and disseminating scientific, humanistic and social knowledge for the benefit of the larger society. Tracing its origins to 1743 and chartered by the state in 1833, the University of Delaware today is a land-grant, sea-grant and space-grant university.


Andrea Boyle Tippett
Director, External Relations



Peter Kerwin
Media Relations Manager



Peter Bothum
Media Relations Manager