You are here

News

Chocolate Drone

October 18, 2018

It's a Bird! It's a Plane! It's...a Chocolate Drone!

Duke students conspired to deliver a sweet gift to a classmate on her birthday

Element Genomics: Tim Reddy, Kris Wood, Greg Crawford and Charlie Gersbach

October 19, 2018

From Innovation to Impact

Duke researchers are taking their discoveries from the research lab into the marketplace

October 18, 2018

Duke Engineering Buoys Banner Year for Duke Entrepreneurial Efforts

Record-setting year includes 32 issued patents, 11 licensing agreements and five new start-up companies from engineering faculty

Tomasz Hueckel examines a model of evolution of capillary water between the soil grains during evaporation, which is a critical element of studies of desiccation of isolation barriers

October 17, 2018

Safeguarding Storage for Nuclear Waste

New international research project aims to keep nuclear waste isolated, 10,000 years into the future

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

Duke ECE Associate Professor Yiran Chen

October 09, 2018

ASIC Draws First Industry Partners

Duke’s Alternative Sustainable & Intelligent Computing consortium gives industry partners early access to pioneering research

Miroslav Pajic's research team

October 09, 2018

Finding Free Bytes for Security

Miroslav Pajic is securing autonomous cars by double-checking data and embedding security protocols into its computational downtime

molecular diagram illustration

October 08, 2018

Supercomputer Predicts Optical and Thermal Properties of Complex Hybrid Materials

Computational models of layered hybrid perovskites open new material design space for light-based applications such as LEDs and water purification

artistic drawing of atomic structure

October 08, 2018

Copper Ions Flow Like Liquid through the Frozen Atomic Network of a Crystal

Atomic insights into superionic crystals could lead to safer, more efficient rechargeable batteries

Pages