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MedGadget | September 18, 2019
Featuring Lingchong You
BME Professor Lingchong You develops a system in which bacteria grow within a capsule and burst when capacity is reached to release valuable biologics, before growth factors are introduced that reset the entire process.
Chemical and Engineering News | September 16, 2019
Featuring Jeff Glass
ECE Professor Jeff Glass talks about the challenges facing the teams tasked to design self-contained waste processing systems for low-resource communities by The Gates Foundation.
Popular Mechanics | September 11, 2019
Featuring Stefano Curtarolo
Researchers use Stefano Curtarolo's library of properties for theoretical materials to predict 43 potential materials that could match the hardness of expensive diamonds in scientific projects.
Scientific American | September 6, 2019
Featuring Joseph Izatt, Sina Farsiu, Kevin Zhou
Duke BME researchers' GIF of artificial intelligence-enhanced OCT imaging is among the highlighted video snippets this week.
Gizmodo | September 6, 2019
Featuring Lee Ferguson
Environmental engineer Lee Ferguson discusses how hurricane-related flooding can expose contaminants.
Houston Chronicle | August 28, 2019
Featuring Jennifer West
Therapy invented by BME and MEMS Professor Jennifer West excels in pilot clinical trials
ACS Central Science | August 28, 2019
Featuring Jeff Glass
HPC Wire | August 19, 2019
Featuring Michael Rubinstein
Michael Rubinstein, part of a Duke research team, awarded 270,000 node-hours for the project "Large Scale Numerical Simulations of Polymer Nanocomposites" from the DOE Office of Advanced Scientific Computing Research's Leadership Computing Challenge (ALCC) program.
Huffington Post | August 12, 2019
Featuring Missy Cummings
In an article arguing that a fleet of truly self-driving cars is much further away than initially promised, ECE Professor Missy Cummings comments that the government is currently allowing companies to experiment within the public sphere without the public's consent, which is highly unethical.
ASCR Discovery | August 8, 2019
Featuring Volker Blum, David Mitzi
Volker Blum and David Mitzi are collaborating on a Department of Energy project to generate atomic-scale simulations in search of the best new solar cell materials and then physically test their actual capabilities.