Check out the latest media coverage of Duke engineering research and education.
Quartz | October 19, 2017
Featuring David Smith
As an inventor of a real-life invisibility cloak, David Smith ranks some of pop culture’s approaches to invisibility and the hard science behind them.
DukeMed Alumni News | October 18, 2017
Featuring Barry Myers
Barry Myers, MD’89, PhD’91, MBA’05, and director of innovation at the Duke Clinical and Translational Science Institute (CTSI), leads an initiative sponsored by the NFL to find innovative solutions to make football helmets safer.
The Engineer | October 11, 2017
Featuring Lingchong You
Lingchong You alters the behaviour of programmed cells so that they build a 3D hybrid organic-metallic pressure sensor
Wired | October 6, 2017
Featuring Nimmi Ramanujam
Mercy Asiedu and Nimmi Ramanujam are included in a roundup of attempts to redesign the speculum
The Charlotte Observer | September 29, 2017
Featuring Lee Ferguson
Lee Ferguson testifies on the dumping of unregulated chemicals into the Cape Fear River by Chemours Co.
Quartz | September 25, 2017
Featuring Adrian Bejan
A long-form feature on the past and present of Adrian Bejan and how his constructal law can be applied to life, the universe and everything.
Triangle Business Journal | September 13, 2017
Featuring Lawrence Carin
Unicorn ML, the brainchild of Lawrence Carin, has raised $10 million in equity.
Inside Philanthropy | September 13, 2017
Featuring Jeff Glass
In 2011, the Gates Foundation launched the Reinvent the Toilet Challenge, which now includes two grants totaling $10.7 million to implement phase three of Duke's Reinvent the Toilet project.
Interesting Engineering | September 12, 2017
Featuring Nimmi Ramanujam, David Katz
Nimmi Ramanujam and David Katz get a 100 percent cure rate in mice when using an ethenol-based gel injected directly into tumors.
The Washington Post | August 24, 2017
Featuring Rachel Lance
Rachel Lance, a recent BME PhD graduate, says she knows what doomed the first submarine to ever sink an enemy ship, the H.L. Hunley...it's own weapon.