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Working on the design of endoscopy dials. From left to right, Lizbeth Leapo (student), Matt Brown (BME lab instructor), Ashish Vankara (student). Photo credits, Chris Hildreth

August 12, 2019

Hungry for Innovation: Notable Project Stems from MEDx Dinner

Students and clinicians collaborated to design a newly-patented tool that makes it easier, and more comfortable, for physicians to use endoscopes

Krishnendu Chakrabarty (left) and Amanda Randles (right)

August 16, 2019

Chakrabarty, Randles Elected Senior Members of the National Academy of Inventors

NAI Senior Members are active faculty, scientists and administrators who have demonstrated remarkable innovation producing technologies that have brought, or aspire to bring, real impact on the welfare of society

Three students huddle around an iMac

August 12, 2019

Duke Entrepreneurs Advance Projects in Summer Accelerator

Two recent Duke Engineering graduates used Duke I&E's inaugural Summer Accelerator to focus on their startup that uses 3D-printing technology to create anatomically fitting padding designed to prevent and protect injuries

New faculty member Genevieve Lipp

August 08, 2019

Genevieve Lipp: Teaching Programming from Scratch

New faculty member Genevieve Lipp specializes in teaching programming to non-computer engineers

Larry Carin

August 07, 2019

Carin Named New Vice President for Research with University-Wide Responsibilities

Carin's new role is part of Duke's commitment to establish a new, integrated leadership structure for research to provide clear and consistent policy guidance, oversight and accountability for all research

La Paz, Bolivia's Choqueyapu River. Photo by Lucas Rocha-Melogno

August 07, 2019

Studying Bioaerosols in Cities with Poor Sanitation

Duke One Health researchers conduct bioaerosol sampling in La Paz, Bolivia, to better understand pathogen exposure

video screenshot of red blood cells flowing through transparent veins

August 06, 2019

Simulating Blood Flow at the Cellular Level

Amanda Randles's revolutionary supercomputer blood flow simulator HARVEY is poised to improve the diagnosis, prevention and treatment of human diseases

Ravi V. Bellamkonda

August 05, 2019

Q&A: MEDx Reflects with Dean Bellamkonda

He sees the importance of enhancing ties to continue building partnerships that will help everyone rise.

Neil Gong

July 30, 2019

Neil Gong: At the Intersection of Security, Privacy and Machine Learning

New faculty member Neil Gong is exploring privacy and security issues and techniques related to machine learning and artificial intelligence

Duke Engineering PhD student sampling well water in Durham

July 30, 2019

Interdisciplinary Graduate Student Team Tackles Water Quality

Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene Interdisciplinary Network of Graduate Students group engages with research and local communities

Digits 0 through 4 in different colors reconstructed with some distortion

July 29, 2019

Recovering Color Images from Scattered Light

New technique non-invasively separates spectral bands from scattered light