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The partially ordered protein forms a stable, porous scaffold that can rapidly integrate into tissue and promote the formation of blood vessels.

October 15, 2018

Biomaterials with "Frankenstein Proteins" Help Heal Tissue

Biomaterial that solidifies at body temperature integrates into wounds to help cells grow

microscopic view of stained immune cells before and after stimulation

October 11, 2018

Nerve Stimulation in Mice Suggests New Way to Reduce Delirium After Surgery

Vagus nerve stimulation reduced inflammation and restored cognitive function after injury

Jerry C and Beverly A Wilkinson

October 10, 2018

Support—and Space—for Big Ideas

$3 million gift creates the Jerry C. and Beverly A. Wilkinson Auditorium in Duke’s new Engineering Building

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+DataScience Wants to Put the Power of Machine Learning in Everyone's Hands

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The World’s First Practical Quantum Computer May Be Just Five Years Away

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Duke Engineering Now is an e-newsletter sent to alumni and friends of the Pratt School of Engineering at Duke University.

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7

faculty in the National Academy of Engineering

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84%

of Pratt seniors had job offers at time of graduation

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6

major externally funded research centers

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33

patents issued to Pratt innovators in 2018

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Ranked #8

among top U.S. engineering schools by per-faculty research spending