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Ellen Kullman

Drexel Names DuPont CEO Ellen Kullman Its 2015 Engineering Leader of the Year

January 06, 2015

Drexel University’s College of Engineering will honor Ellen Kullman, Chair of the Board and CEO of DuPont, as its 2015 Engineering Leader of the Year. ...

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Explore Energy, Sports and More at the Fifth Annual Philly Materials Day

December 15, 2014

Running across liquid, making ice cream in seconds, and bendable glass may sound like special effects from a movie, but these “tricks” can be attribut ...

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How Long Can Ebola Survive Outside the Body?
How Long Can Ebola Survive Outside the Body?
How Long Can Ebola Survive Outside the Body?
How Long Can Ebola Survive Outside the Body?
How Long Can Ebola Survive Outside the Body?

December 11, 2014

The Ebola virus travels from person to person through direct contact with infected body fluids. But how long can the virus survive on glass surfaces o ...

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Loco Robo

Learning to Code... From a Tiny Robot Teacher

December 10, 2014

If Pramod Abichandani succeeds, swarms of tiny robots will invade grade school classrooms throughout the Philadelphia area. While he’s far from an evi ...

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Speakers and attendees at the Drexel-SARI Energy and Environment Workshop

Dean Joseph B. Hughes Attends International Workshop in Shanghai

December 04, 2014

The “International Workshop on Energy and Environment: Challenges and Opportunities” was successfully held at the Shanghai Advanced Research Institute ...

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Alley Pond

Drexel Helps New York City Park Plug Into Research

December 03, 2014

From air and soil temperature to precipitation to solar radiation and phenology, data collected at Alley Pond Park in Queens, New York by a collaborat ...

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Ex3: Explore, Explain, Experience Courses Offered at the College of Engineering

December 02, 2014

The College of Engineering is pleased to announce courses designed to enhance the understanding of the technologies that are driving and shaping econo ...

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MXene clay, made by researchers at Drexel University, can be rolled to any thickness while retaining its highly conductive properties. This new material could find uses in energy storage devices like batteries and supercapacitors.

Shaping The Future of Energy Storage With Conductive Clay

December 01, 2014

In the race to find materials of ever increasing thinness, surface area and conductivity to make better performing battery electrodes, a lump of clay ...

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Adam Fontecchio

Adam Fontecchio Named DVEW 2015 Engineer of the Year

November 26, 2014

As posted by the Delaware Valley Engineers Week official website, ask Drexel Engineering students what they think about Adam Fontecchio as a professor ...

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Drexel Construction Management Teams Win Big at Regional Competition

November 25, 2014

The 25th Annual Associated Schools of Construction (ASC) Region 1 Competition was held mid-November in Morristown, NJ with Drexel University students ...

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