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Apollo 11 blasting off

July 17, 2019

The Duke Engineering Women Who Helped Launch Apollo 11

Two Duke engineers had the time of their lives helping to pull off Neil Armstrong's "small step"

child looking at a tablet with overlaid graphics about tracking facial features

July 11, 2019

Researchers Are Using Machine Learning to Screen for Autism in Children

An interdisciplinary collaboration is using Amazon Web Services machine learning algorithms to connect children's facial expressions to potential signs of ASD

Duke students in wind tunnel with record breaking car

July 10, 2019

Duke Student Team Wins Second Guinness World Record for Vehicle Efficiency

Making aerodynamic improvements to its car allowed the team to capture the world record for electric vehicle efficiency

Fellows in the Design Health program

July 08, 2019

Design Health Program Launches at Duke Engineering

New program assembles teams across engineering, medicine and business to design solutions for unmet needs in hospitals and clinics

Small box with a screen and a boxy gun for scanning retinas

June 28, 2019

Low-Cost Retinal Scanner Could Help Prevent Blindness Worldwide

Re-engineered device offers clinically accurate eye scans at a fraction of the cost

Harold Yoh III E'85 and Sharon Crutcher Yoh T'83

June 25, 2019

New Yoh Professorship Is a Gift to Future Engineers

Materials expert Catherine Brinson is named the first Sharon C. and Harold L. Yoh, III Professor at Duke Engineering

June 21, 2019

Let's Learn Quantum

A week-long summer school led by Duke ECE professor Kenneth Brown explored topics in quantum information for beginners and experts alike

a row of five glass awards

June 19, 2019

Ramanujam Receives 2019 Social Impact Abie Award

Award recognizes a woman whose work is making a positive impact on women, technology and society, and who has developed technology that caused social change

The Dan River Prison Work Farm

June 19, 2019

An App for Stopping Drone Deliveries over Prison Walls

Duke engineers are developing an app for the North Carolina Department of Public Safety to detect and thwart drones attempting to deliver contraband at state prisons

Missy Cummings talks with policy makers about the future of autonomous transportation

June 13, 2019

The 'Car Wrecks' Ahead in the World of Artificial Intelligence and Transportation

Duke Engineering experts in automation, autonomy, artificial intelligence and transportation spend a half-day with policymakers in Washington D.C.

Aman Aberra

June 12, 2019

Aberra Awarded Poster Prize at Carolina Neurostimulation Conference

PhD student Aman Aberra was recognized for his research surrounding transcranial magnetic stimulation