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October 15, 2019

Mikkelsen Wins Moore Inventor Fellowship to Pursue Hyperspectral Cameras

A Moore Inventor Fellowship is supporting a Duke engineer in her quest to develop a small, inexpensive hyperspectral camera

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October 17, 2019

Students Lead Earthquake Resilience Project in Nepal

Duke civil and environmental engineering team partners with engineering students in Nepal to develop earthquake resilience technology

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October 14, 2019

Duke Robotics Points to North Carolina’s Future in Autonomous Technologies

Officials from North Carolina state agencies visit Duke Robotics to learn potential opportunities and pitfalls of autonomous technologies

Boylah Mainsah and Leslie Collins

October 11, 2019

AI in Health

Machine learning algorithms in ECE were initially deployed in search of landmines. Over the past two decades, they’ve evolved to generate stunning insights into human health

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October 11, 2019

Accounting for Variability in Vascular Models

Europe's top thesis in computational mechanics this year is creating patient-specific models of arterial walls to advance basic knowledge and help medical outcomes

David Smith in lab

October 10, 2019

Start-up Stories

Eighteen spinoffs—and counting!—have grown from Duke ECE’s pioneering research in quantum computing, metamaterials, advanced sensing, robotics, and more

Joel Greenberg and Michael Gehm

October 10, 2019

Safe Travels

Duke ECE is driving a new $5.83 million airport security project

Cynthia Rudin

October 10, 2019

Ethical Algorithms

How do we balance the potentially transformative benefits of new technology against the risks?

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October 07, 2019

$5 Million Grant Will Fund New Laboratory for Environmental Analysis

Duke University has received a five-year, $5 million grant from the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences (NIEHS) to develop a new environmental analysis laboratory

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October 03, 2019

Printed Electronics Open Way for Electrified Tattoos and Personalized Biosensors

The first demonstration of a fully print-in-place electronics technique is gentle enough to work on surfaces as delicate as human skin and paper

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October 02, 2019

Machine Learning Predicts Behavior of Biological Circuits

Neural networks cut modeling times of complex biological circuits to enable new insights into their inner workings

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