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January 19, 2023

Crushing Cylinders in the Name of Science

Sophomore Sage Cooley gets manuscript accepted in the Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London by buckling hundreds of 3D-printed cylinders

August 17, 2015

Dancing Droplets Launch Themselves from Thin Fibers

Droplets flung by hydrophobic material may aid water purification and oil refining

August 13, 2015

Helping Siri Hear Through a Cocktail Party

A new sensor developed at Duke University helps computers separate overlapping sounds.

August 12, 2015

Sharrin Manor: My Bass Connections Pathway

Sharrin Manor ECE'16 participated in the Bass Connections Project Team "The University as a Laboratory for Smart Grid Data Analytics."

August 12, 2015

Jordan Hashemi: My Bass Connections Pathway

PhD Candidate in Electrical & Computer Engineering

August 12, 2015

Bridging Communities in Rwanda

Originally posted by Duke Global

August 12, 2015

Bold New Brain Research in Neuroengineering, Brain-Inspired Design and Individuality

Duke researcher receives one of 16 new awards totaling $13.1 million as part of the National Science Foundation’s support for integrative, fundamental brain research and The BRAIN Initiative

August 11, 2015

Seven Years at the Helm

Pratt’s at a pinnacle as Tom Katsouleas steps down as dean

August 10, 2015

Geoffrey Ginsburg Named Director of New Duke Engineering-Duke School of Medicine Partnership

MEDx was created to enhance existing ties and foster new collaborations between Duke's Pratt School of Engineering and Duke School of Medicine

August 06, 2015

A New Home for Duke BME

The newly space in the Fitzpatrick Center includes 16 offices, reception area, mailroom, breakroom, file storage, and 30-seat conference room

August 04, 2015

Molecular Tinkering Doubles Cancer Drug’s Efficacy

Molecular packaging enhances a drug’s effects in mice

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