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Professor Ingrid Daubechies

June 15, 2018

Daubechies Wins $100,000 Prize in Applied Mathematics

Professor Ingrid Daubechies is the first female recipient of the William Benter Prize in Applied Mathematics

Zhejiang University in China

June 14, 2018

Duke, Zhejiang University Launch 3+2 Program for Biomedical Engineering Master’s Students

New program allows ZJU students to earn a master's degree from Duke BME

C. Frank Starmer

June 12, 2018

C. Frank Starmer, BSEE'63, MSEE'65, PhD, Wins 2018 Distinguished Faculty Award

Starmer made pivotal contributions to an era of tremendous innovation at the interface of medicine, engineering, and computational sciences

Duke graduate and former Duke Smart Home director Mark Younger, right, talks at the home's 10th anniversary celebration in April

June 11, 2018

Duke Smart Home Celebrates 10 Years

Campus fixture spurs a decade of sustainability and technology ideas

aerial view of Duke

June 11, 2018

Mind the Gap: Connecting Clinicians and Engineers at Duke

Creating an environment where the clinical, engineering and business fields can collaborate for further research and commercialization possibilities

Duke participants with their Makerere peers

June 06, 2018

Building Cross-Cultural Bonds through Healthcare Technology

Duke forms a special relationship with the students at Makerere University in Kampala, Uganda

Jessilyn Dunn

June 05, 2018

Jessilyn Dunn: Gaining Insights from Biomedical Big Data

New faculty member Jessilyn Dunn explores how to use biomedical data sets to model and guide personalized therapies

girl with facial marking overlay for computer recognition

June 04, 2018

Mobile App for Autism Screening Yields Useful Data

Pilot study finds app easy to use, liked by parents

Graduate students in Ric Telford's software engineering course designed a software system for Tyrata, a sensor technology company

June 01, 2018

Programming from the Deep End

There’s nothing like a little “sink or swim” to get the code flowing

Duke graduate students help a rural Mexican community develop a renewable energy strategy and a business plan for sustainable ecotourism

May 31, 2018

Duke Students Share Skills with a Rural Mexican Community to Strengthen Ecotourism

Mechanical Engineering and Environment graduate students team up to help a rural Mexican community develop a renewable energy strategy and a business plan for sustainable ecotourism

3-D printed helmets

May 31, 2018

A New Emphasis on Design for Biomedical Engineers

BME Design Fellows Program helps prepare undergraduates for industry careers

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