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September 25, 2023 | Duke Today

Governors Island, ‘Dedicated Outpost’ to Advance Climate Goals

During Climate Week NYC, several Duke Engineers explored Governors Island as part of a tour offered by the newly announced New York Climate Exchange

Hossein "Amir" Salahshoor

July 26, 2023

Hossein Salahshoor: Decoding Enigmatic Material Systems

New faculty member Hossein Salahshoor hones computational methods that interpret interactions within complex materials systems, including the human brain

A low-profile, wearable imaging tool will be able to provide physicians with accurate, detailed, 3D brain images

July 25, 2023

A Non-Invasive Way to Visualize the Deep Brain

By developing a brain imaging tool that can stick directly to a patient's scalp, Xiaoyue Ni and Junjie Yao aim to make it easier for doctors everywhere to diagnose strokes and other neurological issues

Emily Wenger

July 24, 2023

Emily Wenger: Protecting Privacy and Encryption Standards from AI

New faculty member Emily Wenger works to secure futuristic cryptography algorithms and protect people’s privacy from generative AI

A fully recyclable transistor

July 24, 2023

Taming AI’s Outsized Appetite

AI applications demand enormous amounts of energy and water. A new collaboration aims to make circuitry more compact and sustainable

GPS data on a car's display screen

July 24, 2023

It Pays to Share

Big Data’s value lies in its secondary value, and Duke ECE’s Jian Pei aims to encourage model sharing among organizations

Liang Feng in front of a red striped background

July 21, 2023

Liang Feng: Creating Porous Materials for Enhanced Greenhouse Gas Reduction and Sustainable Energy Solutions

New faculty member Liang Feng is engineering platforms to store gasses for climate and energy applications such as capturing carbon or fueling vehicles

An orange liquid with lots of various sized circles floating within

July 21, 2023

Scouring Nature for the Building Blocks of Biomedical Condensates

Cross-campus collaboration seeks to discover naturally occurring biological condensates, like drops of oil forming in water, to engineer new therapeutics

Emma Chory

July 19, 2023

Emma Chory: Using Robotics to Speed Up Cellular Evolution

New faculty member Emma Chory combines evolution, cellular engineering and robotics to advance basic science and identify new targets for cancer therapies

intricate structural details of a living leaf (left) and a bunch of 3D rectangles of various colors making a large structure

July 19, 2023

Unlocking the Future Potential of Living Materials

Researchers across campus aim to harness bacteria to engineer adaptive living materials

A person stands on a wooden bridge overlooking a river and blue skies

July 17, 2023

Streamlining Duke Engineering's International Efforts to Maximize Impact

Duke Engineering's Beyond the Horizon initiative is launching the Center for Sustainability and the Global Community