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Samira Musah

August 13, 2018

Samira Musah: Engineering Stem Cell Fate for Applications in Kidney Disease

New faculty member Samira Musah is guiding stem cells to model, and potentially develop new treatment strategies for the widespread disease

Lee Ferguson shows a schematic of the data processing system for a new state-funded water-testing system in his Gross Hall office

August 08, 2018

Duke Expert Helps Spearhead State's New Water Testing Program

With some help from a Duke University analytical chemist and his million-dollar lab instrument, the state of North Carolina is about to launch one of the world’s most ambitious testing programs to detect chemical contaminants in drinking water

Driver Anna Li behind the wheel of Maxwell, Duke's record-breaking vehicle

August 07, 2018

Duke Students Break Guinness World Record for Fuel Efficiency

Duke Engineering is now the official home of the most fuel-efficient vehicle in history, a hydrogen fuel cell car that gets the equivalent of 14,573 miles per gallon

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Digital Trends | August 15, 2018

The World's First Practical Quantum Computer Has Cash and a Timeline

Featuring Kenneth Brown, Jungsang Kim


The Wall Street Journal | August 6, 2018

‘Ticker’ Review: The Race to Reinvent the Heart

Featuring Henry Petroski

Neural Implant Podcast | August 2, 2018

William Huffman Presents on the Protective Effects of the Vagus Nerve Stimulation

Featuring William Huffman

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