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Univ. of Delaware Jul 8
To our international student community at UD: the new federal requirements for many international students are unwelcome and inflexible. The University of Delaware is here to support you in any way we can. For guidance on what you need to know, visit
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researchers explore ways to prevent future outbreaks after seeing that some bacteria have evolved to force their way past a plant’s defenses via
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UDAgNaturalResources Jul 7
Charting the Earth's course, Don Sparks is one of the nation’s leading researchers chosen to pinpoint investment areas for earth sciences research published in
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UD Health Sciences Jul 2
Building sustainable, resilient urban food systems is more important than ever! has added a course that students in several CHS majors might be interested in: “Introduction to Hydroponics.” Watch the course video to learn more!
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UDAgNaturalResources Jul 2
New research lead by 's Tara Trammell finds forest age, not urbanization, corresponds to invasive species prominence.
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UDAgNaturalResources Jun 30
Replying to @caffegelato @UDelaware
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UDAgNaturalResources Jun 30
Jul. 8: Botanic Gardens presents "William Robinson’s Gravetye Manor: Over the Centuries, Through the Seasons," presented by award-winning author, landscape designer and photographer Rick Darke.
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DE Dept. of Ag Jun 29
It's Molt Monday, a friendly reminder that Spotted Lanternfly nymphs will enter their final stage. We need your help locating and destroying any nymphs now, to reduce the population that hatches out next spring. For more info visit
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UDAgNaturalResources Jun 29
Plant and Soil Sciences' dreamed of a robot she could use in research. A perfect partnership was formed when 's Adam Stager reached out about a robot he had a gut feeling might be useful in .
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Univ. of Delaware Jun 25
Leafy greens are key to a healthy diet. But sometimes harmful bacteria can invade these plants and make you sick when you eat them. scientists are uncovering how these microscopic hijackers work - and what we can do to stop them.
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UD Research Jun 25
's Harsh Bais and Kali Kniel show how human pathogens such as have found a way to elude a plant's immune system and embed — undetected — in leafy greens.
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UDAgNaturalResources Jun 24
Running a hospital during a pandemic: alumnus Michael Fosina is the president of New York-Presbyterian Lawrence Hospital, which tested and treated some of the first patients.
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Univ. of Delaware Jun 23
are coming home! Classes will begin September 1 both in person and online. After Thanksgiving, all classes will transition online for the remainder of the fall semester. We can't wait to have you back on campus.
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UD Research Jun 22
How do big land deals affect tropical forests? A new international study, led by 's Kyle Davis, offers important new insight.
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Kelly Davidson Jun 19
Congratulations to Melissa Langer (my first graduate student ) for successfully defending her MS thesis on peer influence and social connectivity in food! Many thanks to committee members and for support along the way!
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UDAgNaturalResources Jun 22
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"That's awesome Abby! Creepy pics of museum skins from the mammalogy lab are a necessity for our wildlife graduates! Glad you still have yours ;-)" — Kyle McCarthy
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UDAgNaturalResources Jun 18
Despite challenges, Delawareans still want to invest in cleaner . Read the op-ed from 's Kent Messer, George Parsons, and Laura Paul.
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UDAgNaturalResources Jun 15
Homemade ricotta in your kitchen with UDairy Creamery
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UDAgNaturalResources Jun 12
Taking a personal passion and translating it into an opportunity that will help shape and inform a future career is also at the heart of Kate Uray’s Plastino Scholar research.
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UDAgNaturalResources Jun 11
Ph.D. candidate Casey Johnson has investigated diseases in pigs, ducks and chickens, but her primary focus is necrotic enteritis (NE), a common and financially devastating disease that hits chickens hard.
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