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A University of Delaware professor has come up with a way to improve the performance and safety of batteries.


The multi-agency federal climate report released on Black Friday outlines impacts of climate change nationwide.

 

The report included details on what the northeast region, and Delaware in particular, may experience.


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There aren’t currently any wind turbines off Delaware's coast, but a University of Delaware researcher’s work suggests having some could do more than just provide electricity.

 


Sophia Schmidt, Delaware Public Media

This story was originally published Sept. 14, 2018.

 

New Castle County has finished surveying residents of two communities along Route 9 about environmental conditions in their neighborhoods— and whether they might ultimately want to relocate, if given the opportunity.


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A Delaware-based public-private biopharmaceutical institute is making broad recommendations meant to push that industry forward.


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The four transit providers in Newark are working together to study how to make their systems more effective.

 


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The four transit providers in Newark are working together to study how to make their systems more effective.

 


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The University of Delaware has a new resource for tracking data related to the state’s opioid crisis. The Delaware Opioid Metric Intelligence Project, or DOMIP, is an interactive online map displaying overdose rates throughout the state.

Sophia Schmidt, Delaware Public Media

Eden Park and Hamilton Park have been advocating for solutions to the environmental issues in their neighborhoods for years. Newly released results of a community survey show residents' perceptions of these issues—and thoughts on relocation.


Sophia Schmidt, Delaware Public Media

State officials with the Department of Natural Resources and Environment Control know there are elevated dust levels in Eden Park, but don’t know where exactly the dust is coming from.

 

Last month they installed new equipment that may help them figure that out— by looking at specific components of the dust and tracking those in real time with wind direction.

 

 


 

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