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Movement is key to a child’s brain development. That’s the idea behind the University of Delaware’s Move to Learn (M2L) Innovation Lab and its Pediatric Mobility Lab and Design Studio. M2L researchers have created the Playskin Lift suit to promote healthy motion and...read more
TECHNICAL.LY — On October 2, 2010, the lives of Corey Beattie and those close to her changed forever. Beattie, an aspiring chef, was involved in a serious car accident, which left her with a traumatic brain injury. As a way of coping with the tragedy, good family...read more
The University of Delaware is working on the largest research concussion study ever conducted. The NCAA/Department of Defense Grand Alliance CARE Consortium is tasked with a national, longitudinal study to address the fundamental question, “What is the natural history...read more
University of Delaware researcher Ju Young Shin is investigating symptom management in Parkinson’s disease (PD). Her research eye is particularly focused on medication adherence; as an adult nurse practitioner, the topic is especially critical. The movement disorder...read more
BOLD — When Cole Galloway was conducting research with robotics, he witnessed the developmental and cognitive benefits of introducing young children to technology – and helping them to discover and experience motion and movement in new ways using modern innovations...read more
TOWN SQUARE DELAWARE — Long before she was a superstar in the GoBabyGo! Café on at the University of Delaware, Corey Beattie nearly lost her life in a car crash. She survived the accident, but the crash left her with a traumatic brain injury (TBI). Back in 2011 just...read more
Students from across the University of Delaware took part in First Step Grand Challenges, a yearlong innovation competition where undergraduates create novel solutions to societal and environmental challenges. Spearheaded by the College of Health Sciences and the Horn...read more
CBS Philly featured University of Delaware students helping people with disabilities and limited mobility. Through the support of Yes U Can, community members participate in adaptive fitness with Blue Hen undergraduates. Watch the...read more
UD researchers are studying the effects on the FIFA 11+ injury prevention program. Amy Arundale, a physical therapist and Ph.D. student in biomechanics and movement science, has studied collegiate soccer teams pre- and post-season for the past two...read more
TECHNICAL.LY — Vibrating Therapeutic Apparel, the buzzy medical device startup founded by University of Delaware track star Amira Idris, just made it into a hardware accelerator run by Philly makerspace NextFab. Four hardware startups were chosen for the accelerator...read more
STAR Health registered dietitian nutritionist Sharon Collison wrote a delicious spicy peanut chicken and noodles recipe for Taste of Home. This simple recipe tastes like it took hours to make. Everybody says it has the perfect levels of heat and spice," said...read more
U.S. NEWS & WORLD REPORT — Graduates of doctoral programs often struggle to translate their academic training into a steady job. This is especially true for doctorate recipients who compete for tenure-track faculty positions. Although there are many fields where...read more