The St. Andrews Ballroom at Maple Dale Country Club was undoubtedly the site for tears of joy, sadness, laughter, toasting, and roasting as tribute was paid to Dr. Noureddine Melikechi,
OSCAR research students were able to experience other research facilities throughout the nation to gain knowledge and explore an atmosphere of other sciences outside of OSCAR. Julius Williams of the Department of Physics and Engineering (DPE) traveled to Richmond, VA to take a look at the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL). PNNL is a facility
The U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) has awarded Delaware State University a $215,000 research instrumentation grant that will enable the purchase of a Photomask Aligner (PMA).
On July 17, OSCAR’s Dr. Matt Bobrowsky and student Keturah Braithwaite travelled to the Kennedy Space Center (KSC) to witness the launch of a rocket carrying supplies to the International Space Station.
Ophelia Craig, a science teacher at Fred Fifer III Middle School, completes the Summer STEM Enrichment Program. With the guidance of Dr. Qi Lu, Ms. Craig was able to explore the use of a variety of Vernier sensors to develop experiments for her energy and climate lessons. Below is her experience:
Optoelectronics: Laser-Pulse-Activated Remote Control By Michael Cimorosi, Adjunct Physics Instructor Department of Physics and Engineering, Delaware State University During the week of June 27 to July 1, from 11 AM to 3 PM, four local high school students (Figure 1) engaged in a hands-on optoelectronics project. The mission was to build a system capable of