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December 05, 2022

Small Glowing Protein Allows Researchers to Peer Deeper Into Living Tissues

Proteins that emit longer wavelengths of near-infrared light help create detailed, hi-res biomedical images

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April 01, 2022 | Duke Graduate School

Two Duke Engineering Graduate Students Honored for Leadership

Shreyas Hegde and Ricky Hollenbach, both MEMS PhD graduates this year, are among seven to receive 2022 Forever Duke Student Leadership Awards from the Duke Alumni Association

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April 01, 2022

A Conversation With Jerome P. Lynch

Duke's New Vinik Dean of Engineering discusses his background, joining the Pratt School of Engineering and his plans for the future

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April 01, 2022

A Tale as Old as Twinnie’s

While the menu items or décor may change, Twinnie’s Cafe was, is and shall forever remain an inseparable, salient feature of Duke Engineering

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April 01, 2022

Let’s Talk About All Things Space Duke Space Initiative

An inside look at Duke's growing Space Initiative that brings together resources from across campus

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April 01, 2022

Duke Takes a Quantum Leap

The Duke Quantum Center has the excitement of a startup and the ambition to match as it races to compete with the likes of Google and IBM

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April 01, 2022

Hybrid Classes in the New Normal

How Duke Engineering instructors and students shifted to hybrid in-person and remote classes during the pandemic

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April 01, 2022

The Class of 2022’s First Bond

A look back at the critical role EGR 101 played in the future of its first class of Duke Engineers

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April 01, 2022

Merging Policy and Technology for a Resilient Water System

New CEE faculty member Andrew Jones III is pursuing ways to remove tough biofilms and bring water equity to communities

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April 01, 2022

A First-Hand Dive into Duke’s AI for Product Innovation Master's Program

An account of the first year in as Duke 'AIPI' student

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March 29, 2022 | Duke Today

Three Undergraduate Duke Engineers Named 2022 Goldwater Scholars

Prestigious national scholarship supports students who show promise of being part of the next generation of research leaders