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- 01/04/18--08:36: _New BASF biofungici...
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- 01/04/18--08:36: New BASF biofungicide uses UD patents
- 02/21/18--08:13: UD holds sixth annual Microbial Systems Symposium
- 03/07/18--06:03: CANR 2018 Research Symposium set for Monday, April 30
Velondis biofungicide contains beneficial microbe to help plants fight fungal disease The Environmental Protection Agency has registered BASF’s new Velondis brand biofungicide seed treatment formulations, which contain a patented University of Delaware beneficial microbe to help plants fight fungal disease. With potential applications in agriculture, horticulture and forestry, the products are designed to boost the … Continue reading New BASF biofungicide uses UD patents
On their fall migration south in the Northern Hemisphere, scores of birds are being lured by artificial light pollution into urban areas that may be an ecological trap, according to the University of Delaware’s Jeff Buler. Buler, associate professor in UD’s Department of Entomology and Wildlife Ecology, and his research team used 16 weather surveillance … Continue reading UD study looks at how light pollution lures birds into urban areas during fall migration
Much like the microbes they study in the world—which can be found anywhere from oceans to human skin cells—microbial researchers are spread out pretty much everywhere at the University of Delaware. Because of this, the Microbial Systems Symposium plays an integral role in bringing together the microbial scientific community at UD to keep researchers up … Continue reading UD holds sixth annual Microbial Systems Symposium
The 2018 College of Agriculture and Natural Resources Research Symposium will be held from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday, April 30 in a large tent behind Townsend Hall. All CANR researchers, including undergraduate and graduate students, post-docs, staff and faculty are welcome to participate in the third annual symposium. Participants will enjoy outstanding intellectual … Continue reading CANR 2018 Research Symposium set for Monday, April 30
For one of the first times at a large scale, University of Delaware researchers are studying breeding black duck populations in coastal North Carolina to determine nesting site preference and hatching success. This will better inform conservation practices in the area. The researchers are also looking at the implications of sea level rise that directly … Continue reading UD researchers investigate population of black ducks in coastal North Carolina
We rely on accurate weather forecasting every day to help us determine what to wear or how to prepare for impending storms. Weather forecasting has become such a part of our lives and so common place that knowing the current weather conditions is only a click away for most of us on our phones. Researchers … Continue reading UD professor collaborates on publication focused on the importance of near-term ecological forecasting