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 Antonette Todd receives doctorate after being co-advised by UD, DSU professors.  Read the full story HERE...


 

 


 

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CIBER Summer Scholars Program Details  - CHECK AGAIN IN SUMMER

CIBER Scholars Application SUMMER 2016


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Mayville State University Students Visit MGEL

At the beginning of this summer, the Molecular Genetics and Epigenomics Laboratory (MGEL) in the College of Agriculture and Related Sciences (CARS), headed by Dr. Venu Kalavacharla, hosted three biology students from the laboratory of Dr. Khwaja Hossain, Associate Professor of Biology at Mayville State University in North Dakota. Mollee Crampton, an MGEL Research Technician, led the training project with the assistance of other staff and students at Delaware State University (DSU). Read the full article...

 


DSU Scientists Begin Work on $7 million EPSCoR Grant

Article1_photo.pngResearchers at Delaware State University (DSU) received $7 million from NSF and the State of Delaware to study potential, non-food bioenergy crops and ways to protect regional waterways. The project is part of the $24 million Meeting Delaware’s 21st Century Water and Energy Challenges through Research, Education, and Innovation grant awarded to Delaware ‘s Experimental Program to Stimulate Competitive Research (EPSCoR) from the National Science Foundation (NSF) and the state of Delaware. The grant supports research performed by DSU and its partner institutions University of Delaware, Delaware Technical and Community College (DTCC) and Wesley College. Read the full article...

 

The People Pipeline


Just as laboratories need pipelines for water and natural gas, they also need a “pipeline” that provides a continuous supply of people able to conduct research there. Making sure the people pipeline is full of well-trained individuals is one of the most important goals of Delaware EPSCoR. Read more...

 

 


Joint Wesley-DSU Publication

Dr. Quiquan Wang and Dr. Malcolm D'Souza describing the development of the joint Wesley-DSU biological chemistry program and the collaborative efforts at the two institutions fostered by the Delaware INBRE and EPSCoR programs appeared in the Journal of College Teaching & Learning. Read more...

 

 

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