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PhD mathematics student John Malik took first place for his image, “Phases of the Heart,” showing phase information extracted from an electrocardiogram signal using Fourier transform.

January 22, 2018

Heart-Phase Image Takes Top Prize in 2018 'Envisioning the Invisible' Contest

Amazing research images won top honors in the contest sponsored by the Duke Engineering Graduate Student Council.

PhD mathematics student John Malik took first place for his image, “Phases of the Heart,” showing phase information extracted from an electrocardiogram signal using Fourier transform.

January 22, 2018

Heart-Phase Image Takes Top Prize in 2018 'Envisioning the Invisible' Contest

Amazing research images won top honors in the contest sponsored by the Duke Engineering Graduate Student Council.

students in a design challenge

January 16, 2018

Students Connect Engineering and Entrepreneurship in Technology and Design Pathway

Engineering Innovation helps fill out one of the pathways to an Innovation and Entrepreneurship Certificate

Scott Martin

January 10, 2018

Finding Companies to Invest in Big Ideas

From Grand Challenge Scholar to Forbes "30 Under 30": Q&A with Scott Martin E'14

experimental graphs

January 10, 2018

The Atomic Dynamics of Rare Everlasting Electric Fields

Confirming a theoretical model required blasting a sample at 3,000 degrees with neutrons

stained cross-section of muscle fibers

January 08, 2018

Engineers Grow Functioning Human Muscle from Skin Cells

First functioning human muscle grown from induced pluripotent stem cells holds promise for cellular therapies, drug discovery and studying rare diseases

A closer look at the target of frozen solution that contains the building blocks for the solar cell material.

January 03, 2018

Laser Evaporation Technology to Create New Solar Materials

Delicate hybrid organic-inorganic crystals open new possibilities for light-based technologies

cell stained green

January 02, 2018

A Safer Route to Ultrasonic Therapy

Microbeads allow ultrasonic waves to stimulate cells more safely

panel photo

December 18, 2017

Using Good Governance to Mitigate Natural Disasters

Policy, not technology, can reduce the impact of climate-change-intensified disasters

counting photons

December 15, 2017

Single-Photon Detector Can Count to Four

Quantum information scientists teach an old detector a new trick previously believed impossible

Students from Roger Nightingale's design class at the BME Design Symposium

December 13, 2017

Student Designs Take Center Stage at BME Design Symposium

From teaching aids for reproductive health to cost-effective safety gear, the second annual celebration showcased student innovation

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