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March 20, 2023

Gigapixel 3D Microscope Captures Life in Unprecedented Detail

Stitching videos from dozens of cameras together provides unique 3D view of macroscopic experiments with microscopic detail

December 09, 2015

Medieval Art Gets a Modern Twist

Art historians worked with Duke Engineering's Guillermo Sapiro to create software that projects light on sculptures

December 08, 2015

O'Connor Takes 2nd in Odebrecht Award

The Duke student's award for sustainable development bridges the gap between the academic and corporate worlds

December 07, 2015

Catching Cellular Impacts of Bubbles and Jets

New technique captures diverse effects of cavitation bubbles on individual cells

December 04, 2015

Nivolet Breaks Computing Records at Pratt

The research group of Guglielmo Scovazzi has just completed the deployment of the fastest computer cluster at Pratt

November 30, 2015

Interdisciplinary Teams Take a Hands-on Approach to Energy Innovations

Bacteria that eat methane and turn themselves into cattle feed. A solar-powered pressure cooker that sterilizes medical equipment in rural clinics. A fleet of FedEx trucks powered by natural gas.

November 23, 2015

An Eagle-Eye, Real-Time View of Neural Activity

New sensor provides first real-time, eagle-eye view of neural activity in mammalian brains

November 17, 2015

Farsiu Named Senior Area Editor for IEEE Transactions on Image Processing

Sina Farsiu, assistant professor of biomedical engineering, ophthalmology, computer science, and electrical and computer engineering, will join eight of his colleagues around the world as a senior area editor for IEEE Transactions on Image Processing.

November 13, 2015

HTC Vive: A New Dimension of Creativity

The HTC Vive, a 360 degree room-size virtual reality experience created by Steam and HTC, offered demos on the Duke campus.

November 11, 2015

Photo Essay: Duke Engineers for International Development in 2015

Duke student teams worked with communities in Uganda, Honduras, Rwanda and Costa Rica

November 10, 2015

Fred Boadu Returns to Ghana to Fill Research Gaps

African academics living abroad are a rich source of expertise for the continent’s universities to tap into.