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February 02, 2023

Bridgeman Wins Office of Naval Research Young Investigator Award

Award will help unlock the potential of historically underappreciated control theory to solve modern challenges of controlling fleets of autonomous vehicles

Jessilyn Dunn and one of her graduate students study the data gathered from a smartwatch

January 17, 2023 | BusinessWire

Evidation and Duke Big Ideas Lab Partner to Boost Participation and Increase Equity in Digital Health Research

Jessilyn Dunn's BIG IDEAs Lab and Evidation aim to find ways to increase representation of underserved populations in digital health studies

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January 17, 2023

Duke to Host First-of-its-Kind Digital Assets Conference, Jan. 20-21

Avoiding the sales pitches and bluster of other conferences in the field, Digital Assets at Duke brings together key stakeholders for serious discussion

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January 12, 2023 | Duke Government Relations

Federal Dollars to Tangible Impact: Duke and NSF Engage with Congress

April Brown participated in an NSF congressional briefing—the first in-person briefing since 2020—on transforming manufacturing abilities

Mohamed Zaher of AMM Inc. and Thomas Peng of Duke University

January 11, 2023 | SAE International

The Power of Mentorship

Mohamed Zaher of AMM Inc. and Duke Engineering master's student Thomas Peng met through SAE’s mentoring program, and the professional connection was instant.

Three researchers stand in a field, contemplating the sky

January 11, 2023 | Duke Mag

What the Clouds Say

Why modeling climate patterns on a small scale can have a big impact on understanding tomorrow’s weather

The Crown Prince of Dubai prepares to address the UAE's top high school students

January 03, 2023

Duke Engineering Student Wins ‘Golden Visa’

Mariam Gulamhusein is recognized as one of the top 50 high school students in the United Arab Emirates and awarded a rare prize

the same glassfrog photographed during sleep and while active, using a flash, showing the difference in red blood cell perfusion within the circulatory system. By Jesse Delia

December 27, 2022

Glassfrogs Hide Red Blood Cells in Their Liver to Become Transparent

Researchers finally decipher how a species of frog becomes a master of camouflage with the help of modern biomedical imaging techniques

People sit around a U-shaped block of desks in Duke's Karsh Alumni and Visitor Center

December 20, 2022

DMI Planning Retreat Peers into the Future of Materials Science

Students and faculty from every corner of campus gather to discuss the future of materials science research at Duke

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December 16, 2022 | Duke Graduate School

Alumni Profile Series: Anthony Geonnotti

Dr. Anthony Geonnotti received his PhD in Biomediacl Engineering from Duke, and he is now the head of future of self-care R&D at Johnson Johnson.

Warren Grill, Charles Gersbach, Matthew Becker

December 12, 2022

Three Duke Engineers Elected to National Academy of Inventors

With the elections of Grill, Gersbach and Becker, Duke Engineering is home to 13 NAI Fellows

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