To explore responses to water use in food production, researchers from the University of Delaware looked at consumers' willingness to pay for wine made from grapes irrigated with both conventional and recycled water.
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A team of researchers has developed a new strategy for detecting credit card fraud using incentives that encourage individuals and merchants to think safety first.
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We gaze up at them, we wish upon them, we even sing about swinging on them. But the one thing we haven’t been able to do with stars is figure out how big they are…until now.
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A new study has found that partisans of both political parties express more negative emotions when a politician of the other party violates moral foundations. Research also showed that Democrats tended to respond more negatively to moral violations...
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A University of Delaware study found that those who identify with the party of the president are more likely to think conditions of the economy and the world are improving; those who identify with the opposition to think things are getting worse.
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One of the most promising clean energy technologies just got even better. Researchers from the University of Delaware have developed the most powerful, durable hydroxide exchange membrane fuel cell components on record.
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A dance study at the University of Delaware is focused on developing social communication skills, motor skills and behavior in children with autism. College students under the direction of Professor Anjana Bhat work with kids for 16 weeks of music,...
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A winter break expedition to the Bermuda Institute of Ocean Sciences results in important find for students on UD team
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EPA Administrator says unsafe drinking water is a greater threat than climate change. Jerry Kauffman, Director of the Water Resources Center at the University of Delaware wants to talk about that
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Measles is back as a public health threat with a severe outbreak in Washington State. UD's Jennifer Horney can discuss what it means and how to prepare for disease outbreaks and plan an effective response
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Analysis of Fed committee meeting: Strong economy continues, interest rate increase possible in 2019
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