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September 25, 2023 | Duke Today

Governors Island, ‘Dedicated Outpost’ to Advance Climate Goals

During Climate Week NYC, several Duke Engineers explored Governors Island as part of a tour offered by the newly announced New York Climate Exchange

Adrienne Stiff-Roberts

September 11, 2023 | Duke Today

Adrienne Stiff-Roberts on a Year of Learning How the University Works

Duke ECE professor spent year as Presidential Fellow

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September 08, 2023 | Duke Magazine

Changing the World, One Flush at a Time

A trio of Duke Engineers are leading a decades-long project to provide safer water and better lives – especially for women in poor countries

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September 05, 2023 | Nicholas Institute

Duke Named a Partner in Network for Engineering With Nature

Duke University is bringing its expertise in environmental management, policy and engineering to an active community of researchers, practitioners and educators who are addressing major infrastructure challenges in the United States through “Engineering With Nature®.”

Sonia Bansal

September 05, 2023

Sonia Bansal: Creating a Community of Support in the Classroom

New faculty member Sonia Bansal aims to develop courses that will give students foundational skills and practical engineering experiences they need to succeed

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September 01, 2023

Combating the Climate Crisis at Duke

Duke’s Climate+ Program uses data-driven research to address the climate crisis

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August 31, 2023

Growing Triple-Decker Hybrid Crystals for Lasers

Collaboration between Duke and Purdue explores the fabrication and optoelectric characterization of multilayered perovskites

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August 28, 2023

Quantum Computer Unveils Atomic Dynamics of Light-Sensitive Molecules

A quantum computer slowed simulated molecular quantum effects by a billion times, allowing researchers to directly measure them for the first time

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August 25, 2023 | Duke Today

Craig Henriquez, Biomedical Engineer and Associate Vice Provost for Faculty Advancement, Dies at Age 64

Henriquez contributed to the Duke community both as a scholar and through university service for 35 years

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August 25, 2023

Game Design at Duke is More Than Meets the Eye

Duke Engineering’s new Master of Engineering in Game Design, Development and Innovation is a unique program that incorporates facets and applications of the industry that often get overlooked

Leanne Gilbertson

August 24, 2023

Leanne Gilbertson: Shaping Sustainable Product Lifecycles

New civil and environmental engineering faculty member develops novel materials to respond to environmental challenges