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A dashboard view from a vehicle taking measurements of certain types of pollutants during rush hour in Atlanta

July 21, 2017

Rush Hour Pollution May Be More Dangerous Than You Think

In-car measurements of pollutants that cause oxidative stress found exposure levels for drivers to be twice as high as previously believed.

Campus aerial

April 17, 2017

Innovative Gift Supports Medicine-Engineering Collaborations at Duke

A generous gift from Duke Engineering alumnus Alan L. Kaganov, E’60, MBA, MS, ScD and his wife, Carol, aims to advance the diagnosis, treatment and outcomes of pulmonary diseases by fostering new collaborations across engineering and medicine at Duke University. The Kaganovs’ $3 million commitment [...]

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.

Duke ASCE Student Chapter

April 07, 2017

Sink or Swim: Duke's ASCE Chapter Combines Creativity and Engineering

Duke's undergraduate ASCE team wins two awards at annual engineering competition.

April 06, 2017

Homing System Delivers Drugs To Specific Neurons

New technique reveals synaptic contributions to Parkinson's Disease

April 06, 2017

Gold-Plated Crystals Set New Standard for Natural Gas Detectors

New metamaterials-based technology could replace infrared sensors used for gas leaks, agriculture and recycling

Joseph Izatt and members of his lab

April 05, 2017

Visualizing Impact: Izatt Guest-Edits Special Issue of Biomedical Optics Express on Optical Coherence Tomography

Joseph Izatt reflects on advancements and changes in the field of optical coherence tomography 25 years after its creation.

From the Left to Right - Casey Collins, Energy Manager FMD, Anuj Thakkar, Initiative Lead, Abhishek Bathula, Energy Engineer FMD

April 05, 2017

Lighting Up Energy Savings

Duke Engineering student's bright idea could save university millions

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

YouTube image for cooling droplets

April 03, 2017

Jumping Droplets Whisk Away Hotspots in Electronics

New technology adds a third dimension to cooling modern electronics

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