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


Quanta Magazine | May 1, 2023

The Computer Scientist Peering Inside AI’s Black Boxes

Featuring Cynthia Rudin

ECE/CS Professor Cynthia Rudin answers a Q&A about why she wants machine learning models, responsible for increasingly important decisions, to show their work.


WRAL Tech Wire | April 30, 2023

Custom Surgical Implants: 3D Printing Plus AI Is Tech Behind RTP Startup Restor3d

Featuring Ken Gall

MEMS Professor Ken Gall's medical device startup restor3d wants to make the surgical process more personal – and more effective.


The Telegraph India | April 24, 2023

Wanted, a Body

Featuring Boyuan Chen


BBC World Service CrowdScience | April 24, 2023

Do We Have a Sense of Time?

Featuring Adrian Bejan

CrowdScience listener Marie, in Sweden, has always had trouble with time. She wants to know if time is a sense, like our other senses. Duke professor Adrian Bejan answers.

LiveScience | April 21, 2023

Kaleidoscopic image of a mouse's brain is 64 million times sharper than a typical MRI

Featuring G. Allan Johnson

Duke researchers created a high-definition scan of a mouse's brain that is 64 million times sharper than a normal MRI.

Yahoo Finance Live | April 17, 2023

AI Concerns: 'There are tremendous ethical questions' for decision-making processes, professor says

Featuring Sultan Meghji

Meghji, the former chief innovation officer for the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp (FDIC), joined Yahoo Finance Live to discuss the future of AI, the impact of AI on businesses and decision-making, and the ethical concerns around the technology.


Digital Journal | April 16, 2023

Gaining New Insights Into Nature Through a Multi-Image Microscope

Featuring Roarke Horstmeyer


The News and Observer | April 12, 2023

Miscarriage Is Awful. It Just Became Much Worse With Abortion Pill Ruling

Featuring Jessilyn Dunn

BME professor Jessilyn Dunn offers a personal commentary about miscarriage and how mifepristone helped her through her own experience.


The New York Times | April 11, 2023

Can Intelligence Be Separated From the Body?

Featuring Boyuan Chen

MEMS Professor Boyuan Chen has some thoughts on whether AI can ever truly be intelligent without a body to interact with the world. “I believe that intelligence can’t be born without having the perspective of physical embodiments.”

The Duke Chronicle | April 10, 2023

Engineering Senior Selected as Duke Young Trustee Nominee

Featuring Sydney Hunt, E'23

Senior Sydney Hunt and Warren Lattimore, a doctoral candidate in theology at the Divinity School, were chosen by the Young Trustee Nominating Committee and President Vincent Price as Duke’s next Undergraduate and Graduate Young Trustees. The Board of Trustees will consider Price's nominations on May 13 and once confirmed they will begin their terms on July 1.