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prototype device that separates exosomes from whole blood samples

September 18, 2017

Sound Waves Separate Biological Nanoparticles for 'Liquid Biopsies'

Combining acoustic cell-sorting and microfluidic technologies, this device can sift blood samples without having to send them off to a lab

prototype device that separates exosomes from whole blood samples

September 18, 2017

Sound Waves Separate Biological Nanoparticles for 'Liquid Biopsies'

Combining acoustic cell-sorting and microfluidic technologies, this device can sift blood samples without having to send them off to a lab

MEMS Chair Ken Gall founded Vertera Spine during his time at Georgia Tech

September 18, 2017

Duke-Georgia Tech Spinal Implant Start-Up Acquired by NuVasive

The start-up founded by MEMS Chair Ken Gall pioneered a novel porous PEEK technology

Duke Forward Impact-Engineering Healthy Beginnings

September 18, 2017

Baby Boom: Engineering Healthy Beginnings

When you give to Duke, you give to a community that gives to other communities – Duke alumni Vamsee Pamula and Richard West learned this as they launched their company

A screenshot from the new Duke offering on Coursera, Nanotechnology: A Maker’s Course

September 15, 2017

Nurturing the Nanotech Maker in Us All

New free online course teaches anyone how to make and examine materials on a molecular scale

Professor John Dolbow and his PhD student Yingjie Liu

September 14, 2017

Talking Mechanics Across the Midwest

Civil engineer John Dolbow sets off on a nine-university tour to discuss his work developing computational models to predict how material systems will fracture and fail

This lung-on-a-chip serves as an accurate model of human lungs to test for drug safety and efficacy. Wyss Institute for Biologically Inspired Engineering, Harvard University Photo

September 13, 2017

Tissue Chips Take Aim at Atherosclerosis and Rheumatoid Arthritis

New $2 million grant builds on five years of 3-D human muscle and vasculature model development

A new NSF grant awarded to a team of engineers from Duke University and Washington University in St. Louis will allow them to further explore new self-assembling materials, which can be designed using machine-learning approaches. The design of these biological polymers can then be refined using numerical simulations and tested. (Photo courtesy: Pappu Lab)

September 07, 2017

Pushing Science and Engineering to Create New Soft Materials

Engineering team part of prestigious NSF initiative

September 06, 2017

ECE Alum, Entrepreneur Nathan Kundtz Elected to Few-Glasson Society

Founder of fast-rising tech company is one of three new members to join alumni society

Duke ECE computer reliability and availability expert Kishor Trivedi publishes his fourth textbook

September 05, 2017

Leading Computer Reliability for 40 Years

Duke ECE computer reliability and availability expert Kishor Trivedi publishes his fourth textbook

2017 BRIDGE RFA

September 01, 2017

2017-2018 BRiDGE RFA for Expertise and Space in the Chesterfield Building

Applications are being accepted until Oct. 2, 2017, for the Bioengineering Research initiative to Develop Global Entrepreneurs (BRiDGE), which supports new bioengineering companies at Duke.

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