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September 2017

Smaller is Stronger for Olivine - Sep. 13, 2017

New research resolves 40 years of debate on the strength of olivine, the most abundant mineral in the Earth’s mantle

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Coast Day Photo Contest - Sep. 7, 2017

Delawareans, UD Students invited to submit nature photos on Instagram

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Climate Change Workshop for Educators - Sep. 6, 2017

Delaware educators are invited to register for the Classroom Climate Change Conference

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Superior Shell Shuckers Sought in Coast Day Oyster Contest - Sep. 5, 2017

Delawareans invited to compete for swiftest oyster shucking time in Oct. 1 contest

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Coast Day Essay Contest - Sep. 5, 2017

Coast Day essay contest asks 5th graders to plan a robotics mission on land, in the air, or at sea

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August 2017

RV Hugh R. Sharp

Keeping an Eye on Ocean Acidification in Chesapeake Bay - Aug. 29, 2017

New paper identifies pH minimum zone in bay water

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Scientist working

Sophisticated Folating Laboratory - Aug. 23, 2017

Advanced technology and maneuverability enables scientific research aboard R/V Sharp

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CEOE leaders

Designing Learning through Makerspaces - Aug. 11, 2017

Leadership, Faculty Fellows named for UD Maker Gym and Idea Network

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Prof. Wei-Jun Cai

Prof. Wei-Jun Cai Honored - Aug. 4, 2017

Pioneering work on carbon biogeochemistry in estuaries and coastal waters

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July 2017

Chris Patrone with an award

Marine Educator Honored - Jul. 29, 2017

National Marine Educators Association selects Petrone to receive Bosarge Memorial Award

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