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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

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June 22, 2023

Christensen Family Center Teams With Knox Studios to Revitalize Durham’s Entrepreneurial Spirit

Duke University and Knox St. Studios hosted a weekend long program aimed at empowering participants to build and pitch small-business ideas

Marie and Dr. A. Eugene Washington with Dr. Kafui Dzirasa

June 20, 2023 | Duke University School of Medicine

First Presidential Distinguished Chair Named in Honor of Chancellor Washington, Awarded to Dzirasa

The A. Eugene and Marie Washington Presidential Distinguished Chair will be awarded to Kafui Dzirasa, MD, PhD, a professor of psychiatry and behavioral sciences, professor of neurobiology, and assistant professor of biomedical engineering

Henry Petroski

June 14, 2023 | Duke Today

Duke Flags Lowered: Henry Petroski, ‘Poet Laureate of Technology’ and Professor of Engineering and History, Dies

Petroski was a Duke faculty member for more than four decades and published 20 books on science and engineering for a general audience

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June 13, 2023 | Duke Today

Two Graduates Win the Knight-Hennessy Scholarship

Graduating senior Sydney Hunt and 2020 BME graduate Maya Sheth were awarded the scholarsip for graduate study at Stanford University

Cambre Kelly

June 08, 2023 | Duke OTC

How the Partnership of a Duke Ph.D. and a Professor Led to Multiple Medical Device Start-Ups

Alumnus Cambre Kelly is developing innovative solutions to difficult clinical problems in orthopedics through two start-ups

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June 06, 2023

The Problems With Coal Ash Start Smaller Than Anyone Thought

How well toxic elements leach out of coal ash depends on the ash’s nanoscale composition

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June 05, 2023

Duke Rainforest XPRIZE Team to Compete in Singapore

A team of Duke engineers and computer and environmental scientists aims to be the fastest and most efficient at unlocking the rainforest’s secrets

Duke University professor of biomedical engineering and neurosurgery Cameron McIntyre, Ph.D. and colleagues have spent the past seven years developing HoloSNS, a visualization tool that translates human brain scans into interactive holograms. Users can easily see where blood vessels are located alongside a roadmap of axonal pathways that reveal the crisscrossing connections between regions throughout the brain.

June 02, 2023 | Duke Today

Holographic Brain Helps Smart Minds Work Together

Cameron McIntyre, Ph.D. and colleagues have spent the past seven years developing HoloSNS, a visualization tool that translates human brain scans into interactive holograms

Ankit Choudhury

June 01, 2023 | Duke Institute for Brain Sciences

New Podcast Explores the Intersection of Brain Science and Healthcare

Ankit Choudhury, a research technician in the Tadross Lab and soon-to-be medical student, draws from his experience in brain science to create science and healthcare podcasts for anyone to enjoy

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May 31, 2023

Growing as Scientists and as People

Student members of Duke iGEM get research experience and build community, all while fighting a deadly