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November 13, 2019

Historic $261 Million Distribution to Benefit Education, Research, Financial Aid at Duke

Four-decade relationship with LORD Corporation leads to support for Duke Engineering, student financial aid

A long, white building with a semi-circular entrance

November 13, 2019

Historic $261 Million Distribution to Benefit Education, Research, Financial Aid at Duke

Four-decade relationship with LORD Corporation leads to support for Duke Engineering, student financial aid

Fitzpatrick Center in fall

November 13, 2019

Investing in Duke Engineering: The Lord Foundation of North Carolina

Since 1984, the Lord Foundation of North Carolina has given $47 million to advance Duke Engineering teaching and research

A drawing of a bone (top) with layered images of its interior created by OCT (bottom)

November 12, 2019

Low-Cost, Portable System Takes OCT Beyond Ophthalmology

Duke Engineers adapt OCT system to make it useful for minimally invasive joint surgery

Duke Engineering and MEDx offer free weekend workshops for Duke faculty, staff and students that bring in subject-matter experts—such as these six 2019-2020 workshop series speakers.

November 10, 2019

The 2019-20 Entrepreneur’s Workshop Series

Duke Engineering and MEDx offer free weekend workshops for Duke faculty, staff and students

A crowd of people at the Invented at Duke ceremony

November 07, 2019

A Lot of Innovation to Celebrate at Third Invented at Duke Ceremony

From meditation tools to cybersecurity software, Duke is a source of entrepreneurship

Robert Lefkowitz at a speaker podium

November 07, 2019

'Talent from All Corners' Event Honors the Contribution of Immigrants to American Science

On Monday, November 4, 2019, the Duke Office of Interdisciplinary Studies, Duke Research, Duke Faculty Advancement, and Duke Science and Society put on an event titled, "Talent from All Corners: How Immigration Helps Shape American Scientific Leadership.” The brainchild of Nobel Laureate Robert [...]

Xiling Shen addresses the crowd at the inaugural Precision Medicine Conference

November 05, 2019

Inaugural Precision Medicine Conference Held at Duke

Hosted by the Woo Center for Big Data and Precision Medicine, the new conference brought together leaders in data-driven approaches to improving health

A circular crack in a pane of glass with different angles and measurements superimposed

November 05, 2019

Physics of Windshield-Cracking Raindrops Could Demolish Kidney Stones

New models of a phenomenon first seen in the circular cracking of supersonic jet windshields flying through rain could point to better approaches of pulverizing kidney stones

Luke Truitt

November 04, 2019

A New Dawn for Duke’s Data Scavengers

An undergraduate machine learning enthusiast secures $45,000 to fund a computing mini-cluster dedicated to student use

Cartoon crystal structure of the TALEN gene editing technology. (Credit: Gersbach Lab)

November 01, 2019

The Evolution of Genetic Engineering

A Q&A with Charles Gersbach

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