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August 10, 2022

Duke-led Center Seeks to Examine and Engineer the Microbial Communities of Indoor Spaces

New $26 million center will work to understand and engineer the microbiomes in our homes, workspaces and other built environments

Senol Utku, third from left, stands with students in front of Duke's Hudson Hall in 1974

June 22, 2022

Remembering Duke Engineering's Senol Utku

The professor of civil engineering was a pioneer in computational modeling and computer-based control of structures

A woman's headshot in black and white with a blue-striped background

June 21, 2022

Tania Roy: Building High-Energy Space Electronics and Brain-Like AI Hardware

New faculty member Tania Roy brings a research portfolio that complements existing strengths within Duke’s Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering

Sheryl Sandberg in conference with DTech Scholars

June 13, 2022 | Duke Today

At Duke, Sheryl Sandberg Meets with DTech Scholars

Sandberg met with DTech and Goldberg Scholars in a discussion about her career and women's leadership in the tech industry

Hai "Helen" Li of Duke University

June 12, 2022 | HiPEAC Blog

Duke ECE's Hai "Helen" Li: Machine Learning Should Consider Vertical Integration

The HiPEAC 2022 keynote speaker discusses the fascinating – and now ubiquitous – topic of machine learning

 ion trap qubits linked together into a computer network

June 09, 2022

Glimpses of Quantum Computing Phase Changes Show Researchers the Tipping Point

Tuning a quantum computer’s measurement rate provides hints of quantum phase transition

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June 08, 2022 | Carnegie Climate Governance Initiative (C2G) Blog

Climate Engineering: Would Solar radiation Modification Increase or Decrease Overall Risk?

Duke risk engineers write that a consideration in deciding whether to pursue solar radiation modification to offset global warming should be a comparison of climate risk reduction against the severity of any countervailing risks

A color-changing mouse model was developed for deep-tissue organ-specific optogenetic control (left) and photoacoustic imaging (right).

June 06, 2022

Color-Changing Mouse Model Allows Researchers to Non-Invasively Study Deep Tissues

Changing the color of mouse tissue helps scientists isolate and remove background noise to improve imaging

Sanyin Siang

June 03, 2022 | The Economic Times

The Building Blocks of Transformational Leadership: An Interview With Duke's Sanyin Siang

Sanyin Siang E'96, is a respected executive coach and an adjunct associate professor in Duke's Master of Engineering Management program.

Two OCT images of the head of a fruitfly

June 02, 2022

Duke Researchers Take Optical Coherence Tomography to the Next Level

With clearer imaging and enhanced resolution, a new OCT approach developed at Duke could improve medical diagnostic imaging

Christine Park, at left, and Miranda Morris

June 02, 2022 | Duke MEDx

Reflections from Barr-Spach MD/Engineering Scholarship Recipients Christine Park and Miranda Morris

Two students in medicine and engineering at Duke talk about their experience in the Duke master's program in AI and machine learning

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