Check out the latest media coverage of Duke engineering research and education.
Medium | December 4, 2017
Featuring Daniel Sorin
James Kuffner, chief technology officer of the Toyota Research Institute, welcomes Realtime Robotics to the portfolio.
The Engineer | November 29, 2017
Featuring Ravi Bellamkonda
Read about Dean Ravi Bellamkonda's vision for the future of the Duke Engineering undergraduate experience in this month's edition of "The Engineer" magazine.
STAT | November 27, 2017
Featuring Lingchong You
Lingchong You finds that bacteria that swap genes for antibiotics resistance will remain resistant even after the antibiotics are removed from the equation.
WUNC Here & Now | November 16, 2017
Featuring Missy Cummings
Host Frank Stasio speaks with AI experts, including Duke's Mary "Missy" Cummings, for their perspective on the capacity and limits of artificial intelligence.
R&D Magazine | November 8, 2017
Featuring Amanda Randles
A comprehensive look at Amanda Randles's work to use supercomputers to model blood flow down to the cellular level to help predict where cancer cells will metastasize or inform a surgeon where to place a shunt to bypass a faulty ventricle.
The Chronicle of Higher Education | November 7, 2017
Learn about the Duke DTech Scholars Program, a career-training program that seeks to increase gender diversity in the technology industry by placing female computer-science and electrical-engineering majors in internships in Silicon Valley and beyond, and meet some of its most recent participants.
Robotics Business Review | November 3, 2017
Featuring Daniel Sorin
Founded in 2016 by professors Dan Sorin and George Konidaris, Realtime Robotics has secured $2 million in seed funding. Key investors in the seed round include SPARX Group Ltd., Scrum Ventures, and Toyota AI Ventures, a venture capital subsidiary of Toyota Research Institute (TRI).
The Translational Scientist | November 2, 2017
Featuring Adam Wax
An article written by Adam Wax talks about his startup company Lumedica and its goal of providing low-cost OCT devices to aid biomedical research and improve disease diagnosis in rural and low-income settings.
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.