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The image shows a small fluorescent protein that emits and absorbs light that penetrates deep into biological tissue. Here, it indicates inflammation in a living mouse liver. The inset shows the molecular and chemical structure of the protein, miRFP718nano. Featured

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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March 14, 2022

WARNING: Objects in Driverless Car Sensors May Be Closer Than They Appear

Industry-standard dual-camera LIDAR sensors on self-driving cars can be deceived

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March 14, 2022 | Duke Innovation & Entrepreneurship

Spotlighting Innovative Duke Scholars for #InternationalWomensDay 2022

Duke University celebrates some of the many women scholars who are changing the world with innovations for a more sustainable future

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March 14, 2022 | Duke Today

Pi Day Cookies with Ingrid Daubechies

Professor of Mathematics and Electrical and Computer Engineering Ingrid Daubechies shares her recipe for Pi-symbol shaped cookies

Claudia Chapman

March 09, 2022 | Trinity College of Arts and Sciences

The Arts Advantage: Dance is the Balancing Force that Challenges this Software Engineer

Claudia Chapman (B.S. Computer Science and Electrical and Computer Engineering, minor Dance ’22) includes dance in her studies

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March 07, 2022

Simulated Human Eye Movement Aims to Train Metaverse Platforms

Virtual platform replicates how human eyes track stimuli from conversations to art galleries

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March 04, 2022 | Duke OTC

Bridgestone Invests in Duke Faculty-Founded Tyrata

Tyrata licensed tire sensor technology developed by Duke ECE's Aaron Franklin

Tatiana Segura of Duke University

March 04, 2022 | Duke Science & Technology

Tatiana Segura: A Stroke Healing Gel

The efforts of Segura's Duke BME lab are leading to transformative outcomes for stroke, brain damage, bone malformation, and more.

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March 03, 2022 | Optica

Duke BME's Joseph A. Izatt Receives Optica's 2022 Stephen D. Fantone Distinguished Service Award

Izatt was honored for over 25 years of outstanding service to the optics community and Optica.

Blake Wilson

February 23, 2022 | Duke Today

Blake Wilson: Behind a Hearing Breakthrough

Blake Wilson’s cochlear implant research has helped more than a million people improve their hearing.

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February 22, 2022

Duke's Michael Rubinstein Honored with 2022 Nelson W. Taylor Award

The materials scientist was recognized for outstanding contributions to polymer and soft matter physics

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