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March 10, 2016
Connected Car Technology Returns Home with Proud Parent
Alumnus Nathan Kundtz returns to campus with a car demonstrating breakthrough satellite technology based on Duke metamaterials research
March 04, 2016
Mitzi Named Inaugural Simon Professor
Materials scientist David Mitzi has been named the Simon Family Professor of Engineering at Duke University.
March 01, 2016
Celestial Bodies Born Like Cracking Paint
Volumes under internal tension crack hierarchically, revealing how gravity created the universe’s wide variety of body sizes
February 29, 2016
Engineered Swarmbots Rely on Peers for Survival
Duke University bioengineers design cells that die if they leave the confines of their capsule
February 24, 2016
Mikkelsen Named 2016 Cottrell Scholar
Cottrell Scholar program develops outstanding teacher-scholars who are recognized for the quality and innovation of their research and their academic leadership
February 23, 2016
Pratt Pouch Project Funded in Ecuador
GSK and Save the Children have awarded $226,600 to a program that uses a Duke innovation to help prevent mothers from passing HIV to their newborn children in Ecuador.
February 19, 2016
An Adventure Abroad in Brain-Machine Interfaces
Matthew McCann, Pratt ’16, spent his summer translating thoughts into movements.
February 18, 2016
Rapidly Building Arteries that Produce Biochemical Signals
New technique speeds tissue engineering of functional arteries
February 17, 2016
Rolling Stones, Turbulence Connect Evolution to Physics
Bigger stones last longer and roll farther, but all tumble the same number of times
February 16, 2016
Henry Petroski: Insights on America's Road Taken
Henry Petroski published his 19th book, “The Road Taken,” on February 16, 2016. The book gives an in-depth look at the history and current state of infrastructure in the United States through the lens of roads and bridges.