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May 30, 2023

New Master of Engineering Program will Create a ‘Climate Innovation’ Culture

MEng in Climate and Sustainability Engineering aims to create climate leaders versed in tech and business

April 05, 2016

Spring Break Research at 12,000 Feet

Duke environmental engineering undergraduates working with professor Mike Bergin traveled to Bolivia to study air and water quality

April 04, 2016

Duke's Materials Science Sparks a Brighter Energy Future

In the quest for a more sustainable energy future, many Duke scientists are turning to materials science because of its potential to solve long-standing problems and open up new possibilities.

March 30, 2016

Duke Robotics Gets an Arm and a Leg Up

Originally posted on the Duke Research Blog

March 29, 2016

Online International Collaboration Demonstrates Reliability of Quantum Simulations for Materials Design

Scientists from Duke University teamed up with colleagues from over 30 universities and institutes to investigate to what extent quantum simulations of material properties agree when they are performed by different researchers and with different software.

March 28, 2016

New Class of Molecular 'Lightbulbs' Illuminate MRI

Discovery could enable cheaper, more versatile bioimaging

March 25, 2016

Curtarolo Wins Humboldt Foundation's Bessel Research Prize

Curtarolo’s research centers on accelerated materials development, by creating intelligent algorithms to characterize structure/properties relationships.

March 21, 2016

Alumni Profile: Mohan Iyer

Alumni profile of Mohan Iyer, 1985 graduate of Biomedical Engineering. Iyer is currently the chief business officer at Second Genome, a Bay-area biotech company that develops therapeutics based on microbiome science.

March 17, 2016

Chakrabarty Named Hans Fischer Senior Research Fellow at the Technical University of Munich

Three-year fellowship includes up to $180,000 and support for a graduate student to pursue research activities while furthering collaborative research ties

March 16, 2016

New Collaborative Seed Grant Program Gives Eight Awards

Projects bring School of Medicine together with campus around quantitative problems

March 11, 2016

Gersbach Named Rooney Family Associate Professor of Biomedical Engineering

Professorship honors an associate professor at Pratt whose work addresses societal grand challenges