CHARM Director Thomas Epps, III has been selected as a member of the new class of PMSE Fellows for 2023. Congratulations to Thomas for his incredible work and selection for this distinguished honor! "For outstanding contributions toward sustainable polymers from...
Congratulations to Nicole Halaszynski (IRG1), Wilder Acuna (IRG2), and Yongchen Liu (IRG2) for receiving 2021 CHARM Graduate Student Awards for their outstanding contributions to the center. Nicole's research focused on the ability to mimic the intricacies of nature...
LaShanda Korley, Distinguished Professor of Materials Science and Engineering and Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering at the University of Delaware, has been appointed a U.S. Science Envoy for 2023. The announcement was made by the U.S. Department of State on...
Prof. LaShanda Korley, CHARM Co-Director and Distinguished Professor of Material Science and Engineering at the University of Delaware, has been elected by her peers as a 2022 American Physical Society Fellow. Each year, APS recognizes members who, "have made advances...
Dr. Joseph Fox's foundational work in bioorthogonal chemistry was cited in Nobel's scientific background press release. Click on the portrait above to read more on UDaily about his contributions. A big congratulations to Dr. Fox from CHARM!
Please join us in congratulating Prof. Darrin Pochan, UD CHARM's IRG 1 Co-Lead, and Prof. Wilfred Chen, CHARM Seed Project PI, for being recognized by the American Institute for Medical and Biological Engineering (AIMBE) as members of the 2022 College of Fellows. ...
UD CHARM IRG 1 co-lead, Prof. April Kloxin, Thomas & Kipp Gutshall Development Professor of Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering, has been awarded the Mid-Career Faculty Excellence in Scholarship Award by the UD Faculty Senate. Please join us in...
Congratulations to Prof. Thomas H. Epps, III, UD CHARM Director and Allan & Myra Ferguson Distinguished Professor of Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering, for being awarded the UD College of Engineering Faculty Award for Excellence in Research and...
Summer REU applications are closed. We’re looking forward to welcoming our 2022 cohort in June!
Prof. LaShanda Korley honored for contributions to polymer science and engineering.
CHARM Director celebrated for innovation and entrepreneurship.
CHARM Co-Director, Prof. LaShanda Korley, has received the Gerry Lessells Award in honor of past AIChE director.
Thomas H. Epps, III, has been named to the ACS’s 2021 Class of Fellows.
Prof. Joe Fox is named an ACS 2022 Arthur C. Cope Scholar.
Dr. Julius Korley co-leads I-Corps Northeast Hub with Princeton and Rutgers.
CHARM partners with Princeton and Chicago MRSECs on early-career professional development workshop on Nov. 4th.
CHARM celebrates National Postdoc Appreciation Week.
Registration is open for this year’s Soft Matter for All and Rising Stars events — an early career development partnership between three MRSECs.
UD CHARM professor is honored as 2021 AVS Fellow.
New postdoc joins hard materials team.
UD CHARM professor honored for excellence in molecular beam research.
Summer 2021 MRSEC Research Experiences for Undergraduates Research opportunities in both experimental and computational soft and hard materials, along with professional development and skills-building in innovation and entrepreneurship. Program overview Research...
American Chemical Society celebrates Black chemists, highlighting CHARM Director Thomas Epps, III.
UD and Princeton partner to give voice to diverse group of early-career researchers.
Interested in grad studies in soft materials? We’ve posted slides from our virtual graduate recruitment event on Nov. 19th!
UD’s Epps honored with Percy Julian award for science excellence.
Two MRSECs team up for a diversity-driven soft matter workshop.
Federally-funded center to advance materials research.
Professor named Fellow of American Institute for Medical and Biological Engineering.
UD engineer part of international collaboration that explains aging in paste materials.
New hires joining in 2021 bolster ranks in soft matter, synthetic biology.
UD student Alice Amitrano researches plant-powered replacements for plastics.