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September 2018

Jessica Warren teaches about shrunken objects, ocean rocks

Ocean Rocks! - Sep. 14, 2018

UD’s Jessica Warren brings ocean rocks, shrunken objects to UD’s Coast Day

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Natalie Zimmerman in front of NASA space shuttle

After My Summer at NASA, What Now? - Sep. 11, 2018

UD student reflects on opportunity with NASA, wonders about next step, offers advice

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Anna Puleo tours the Robotics Discovery Lab in Lewes

Hummingbird Drones - Sep. 10, 2018

2017 Coast Day Fifth Grade Essay Contest winner spends day at Robotics Discovery Lab

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August 2018

Kevin Brinson and David Huntley (seated) assemble the low cost sensors in the CEMA shop in Pearson Hall

UD Scientists Develop Low-Cost Flood Sensing System - Aug. 30, 2018

DelDOT pilot program scheduled for summer 2019

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kristina swallow, james kirby

UD's James Kirby wins international coastal engineering award - Aug. 17, 2018

Models of wave behavior have helped engineers protect people and coastlines

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Mapping an underwater battlefield - Aug. 15, 2018

Stern of WWII U.S. destroyer discovered off remote Alaskan island

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michael graw

Hide and seek with scallops - Aug. 10, 2018

Conner McCrone uses data science to find marine organisms on the seafloor

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natalie zimmerman

Soaking up knowledge during NASA internship - Aug. 3, 2018

UD student Natalie Zimmerman learning at Johnson Space Center

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July 2018

lane johnston, ed hale

The connection between science and policy - Jul. 20, 2018

UD graduate student explores fisheries management through Delaware Sea Grant-facilitated internship

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minji kong

Better bags for a better tomorrow - Jul. 19, 2018

Participating Lewes businesses to adopt new, eco-friendly tote bags

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