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Check out the latest media coverage of Duke engineering research and education.

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Association for Computing Machinery | May 25, 2022

People of ACM - Yiran Chen

Featuring Yiran Chen

A Q&A about the field of memory and storage systems with Yiran Chen from the Association for Computing Machinery.

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Forbes | May 10, 2022

Targets for Infection: How SARS-CoV-2 Damages the Kidneys

Featuring Samira Musah

Specialized cells developed in a laboratory by BME Professor Samira Musah shows that COVID-19 can directly infect and damage kidney cells.

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20/20 Magazine | April 18, 2022

OCT Technology Could Help Cars “See”

Featuring Joe Izatt

BME Professor Joe Izatt is using his experience designing OCT machines to improve LiDAR technology used to help robots and autonomous cars see the world.

The Wall Street Journal | March 28, 2022

Is Nuclear Power the Future?

Featuring Maxwell Tardif

ECE student Maxwell Tardif offers his opinion that the future of U.S. energy should include a stronger commitment to nuclear power.

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Life Science | March 22, 2022

23 Amazing Women in Science and Math

Featuring Ingrid Daubechies

Math/ECE Professor Ingrid Daubechies is recognized as one of 23 all-time amazing women in science and math

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Materials Today | March 21, 2022

Model Predicts New Dimension for Metal Oxides

Featuring Stefano Curtarolo

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Methodspace | March 21, 2022

Years After Graduating, I Still Rely on Skills Gained from Interdisciplinary Research

Featuring Sarah Diringer

Former CEE PhD student Sarah Diringer writes about how working with Bass Connections and the Duke Global Health Institute teams helped her see water as part of an intricate web of people and the environment. 

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Motherboard | March 11, 2022

Eye-Tracking Tech Is Another Reason the Metaverse Will Suck

Featuring Maria Gorlatova

ECE Professor Maria Gorlatova has developed a set of "virtual eyes" that can help train metaverse platforms to respond to users' eye movements.

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