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mahato winners

April 21, 2017

Liver Cells Take First Place in 7th Annual Mahato Memorial Image Contest

The 7th Annual "Envisioning the Invisible" Mahato Memorial Photo Contest took place on the evening of Thursday, April 20, 2017. Taking first place this year was Asli Unal, a biomedical engineering doctoral student, with a colorful image of liver cells growing in a petri dish. Coordinated by our [...]

the robo-nurse, TRINA, in the Duke Robotics Lab

April 19, 2017

Robotics for a New Generation

Faculty-led event invites Duke community and high-school students to learn about rapidly advancing robotics research on campus.

Atomic view of element dispersion in new magnetic material

April 14, 2017

Computers Create Recipe for Two New Magnetic Materials

Supercomputer-generated recipes yield two new kinds of magnets

Members of the Duke chapter of the National Society of Black Engineerings won three major awards at the society's 2017 national convention.

April 07, 2017

Duke NSBE Chapter Earns National Honors

The Duke Engineering chapter of the National Society of Black Engineers won three major awards at its national convention in Kansas City, Mo., earlier this month.

Charles Gersbach

April 03, 2017

Screening the Human Genome’s ‘Dark Matter’

CRISPR-based system quickly screens non-coding genome for regulatory elements of disease genes

Victoria Nneji

March 31, 2017

Robotics Engineer Featured in Google Expedition

Victoria Nneji helps inspire the next generation of engineers

Adam Wax and Jawad Hoballah

March 31, 2017

Duke BME Master’s Students Awarded New Fellowships for Research

New BME fellowship aims to provide greater opportunities for master's students

Students in the Bass Connections: Pocket Colposcope Team

March 30, 2017

From Duke’s Labs to Patients in Peru: Students Work to Deploy New Cervical Cancer Screening Tool

Students in the Bass Connections: Pocket Colposcope team traveled to Peru to research how to deploy a new medical device into an existing healthcare system

March 29, 2017

Ugandan Graduate Students Blaze a Trail to Duke

Inaugural Duke-Makerere Scholars look to improve healthcare in their African homeland by investing in sweat equity through Duke’s BME program

IBIEM participants with Claudia Gunsch

March 14, 2017

IBIEM Holds Inaugural Symposium on Microbiome Dynamics and Engineering

Emerging program's first symposium attracts participants from each corner of the Research Triangle

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