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The Wall Street Journal | June 2, 2021
Featuring David Smith
Backed by Bill Gates, a new venture fund has launched to invest in startups commercializing metamaterials, a field of research pioneered by ECE Professor David Smith.
Gizmodo | May 28, 2021
Featuring Jessilyn Dunn
BME Professor Jessilyn Dunn finds that wearable data on heart rate, body temperature and daily activity can be used to flag early signs of some conditions, as well as predict the results of clinical blood tests.
Autism Science Foundation | May 28, 2021
Featuring George Chang
ECE Postdoctoral Research George Chang joins Geri Dawson, director of the Duke Institute for Brain Sciences, to talk about the progress of an app that tracks a baby's gaze to spot early signs of autism.
BBC Sounds | May 26, 2021
Featuring Adrian Bejan
Armando Iannucci explores why time appears to speed up alarmingly as we age with MEMS Professor Adrian Bejan.
Newsweek | May 25, 2021
Featuring Sonia Grego
ECE Associate Research Professor Sonia Grego is working with Associate Professor of Medicine Deborah Fisher to develop a "smart toilet" that can use stool photos and AI to diagnose disease.
The Chronicle | May 24, 2021
‘Our Time is Finite’: Pratt Dean Ravi Bellamkonda Talks Success, the Undergraduate Experience and Living a Good Life
Featuring Ravi Bellamkonda
Dean Ravi Bellamkonda talks about how he's reshaped the undergraduate engineering experience during his time at Duke.
National Science Foundation | May 19, 2021
Featuring Gaby Katul
New CEE Professor Gaby Katul works with colleagues to use COVID-19 data to develop a model that can predict where, in what patterns and how quickly disease will spread.
Discover Magazine | May 17, 2021
Featuring Marc Deshusses
CEE Professor Marc Deshusses discusses a number of evolving technologies aimed at making better use of human waste, including his own startup, 374Water.
Endpoints | May 10, 2021
Featuring Ashutosh Chilkoti
BME Chair and Professor Ashutosh Chilkoti has helped his former PhD student Kelli Luginbuhl secure $7 million in seed funding to launch a start-up aimed at increasing the manufacturing efficiency of the adeno-associated viruses (AAVs) used to deliver gene therapies to cells.
The Verge | May 7, 2021
Featuring Missy Cummings
ECE Professor Missy Cummings has long been critical of claims that self-driving cars are in our near future. It's a view that is now coming to be seen as reality.