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Marcellus Shale Region

Methane Levels Have Increased in Marcellus Shale Region Despite a Dip in Well Installation

February 13, 2017

“Methane is increasing globally, but the rate of increase for this region is much more rapid than global increases,” said Peter DeCarlo, PhD, an assis ...

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MXene Sheet

Material Witnesses - Researchers Around the World are Delving into Drexel's 2D MXENE

February 10, 2017

It’s been just over five years since researchers in Drexel’s Department of Materials Science and Engineering reported on a new, two-dimensional materi ...

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SEPTA

Q+A: What’s With The Welds Wrecking Havoc on SEPTA?

February 09, 2017

Richard Knight, PhD, a teaching professor and associate head of Drexel’s Department of Materials Science and Engineering in the College of Engineering ...

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Doughnuts with the Dean 1.20.17

A Successful Doughnuts with the Dean

February 02, 2017

On Friday, January 20, students representing different grade levels and every engineering major attended the first Doughnuts with the Dean event of th ...

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Danish Dhamani

CoE Student Develops App to Aid Public Speaking

February 01, 2017

So, engineers have, um, a bad rep when it, uh, comes to, well you know, public speaking. Techies aren’t known for the most scintillating of presentati ...

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Drexel University

Could Low-Flow Create High Risk?

January 12, 2017

In hopes of preventing future public health crises related to the systems that carry and treat our water, the Environmental Protection Agency is taski ...

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Michel Barsoum

Michel Barsoum Elected to Royal Swedish Academy of Engineering Sciences

January 09, 2017

Michel Barsoum, Ph.D., Distinguished Professor of the Materials Science and Engineering department, was recently elected as a Foreign Member of the Ro ...

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PeaceTech Co-op

New Co-ops at PeaceTech Lab

January 06, 2017

It seems simple enough. Low-income families in need of food can turn to community pantries for help. In reality, though, it can be an onerous process ...

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Drexel University

People Aren’t The Only Beneficiaries of Power Plant Carbon Standards

January 05, 2017

“Our findings suggest that crops like corn, soybeans and cotton could benefit from substantial productivity gains under moderate carbon standards for ...

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Philly Materials Day 2017 Logo

“Explore the Materials that Impact Your World” at the Seventh Annual Philly Materials Day

November 30, 2016

What do running across liquid, making ice cream in seconds, and bendable glass have to do with your day-to-day life? The general public has the oppor ...

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