October 24, 2016
Researchers demonstrate that the technology already exists to produce a wireless power transfer system similar to a flat-screen TV that could remotely charge any device within its line of sight.
October 21, 2016
With 14 outstanding tenured/tenure track faculty joining us in 2016-2018, Duke engineering continues to add depth and breadth to our research focus areas in health, environmental sustainability, and intelligence and connectivity.
October 20, 2016
Researchers from Duke recently helped install a beta prototype for a self-contained, off-the-grid toilet system to serve the billions of people worldwide who don’t have access to adequate sanitation.
October 19, 2016
Reimagined introductory course puts a new spin on environmental engineering
October 18, 2016
Lucinda Camras PH.D.'13, BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING The young-inventor gene runs in Lucinda Camras’s family. Her grandfather, Marvin, developed magnetic-tape recording during his 20s, is in the Inventors Hall of Fame, and received the National Medal of Technology from President George H. W. Bush in [...]
October 18, 2016
Borrowing and tweaking bacterial genes to Enhance electrical activity might treat heart, nervous system injury
October 17, 2016
New app imagined by Pratt senior Judy Zhu brings students together to share in events and activities
October 14, 2016
New technology shapes sound waves for applications from speakers to ultrasound imaging
October 12, 2016
MEDx Reflections: Q&A with Robert E. Fischell, Recipient of the National Medal for Technology and Innovation
One of Duke’s most lauded alumni, Robert E. Fischell E’51, returns to campus for the first MEDx Distinguished Lecture
October 11, 2016
New faculty member Johann Guilleminot has spent his career accommodating and predicting variability to help experimental models and simulations across disciplines