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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

August 27, 2015

Randles Named Finalist for Supercomputing’s Top Honor

Amanda Randles, a new assistant professor in biomedical engineering at Duke University, has been named one of five finalists for this year’s Gordon Bell Prize—the top honor in the field of supercomputing.

August 27, 2015

Improving Energy Storage With a Cue From Nature

Adrian Bejan, the J.A. Jones Professor of Mechanical Engineering, recently had a publication selected as the Editor’s Choice in the Journal of Applied Physics.

August 26, 2015

In the Classroom, a Decade of Lessons from Hurricane Katrina

In the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina 10 years ago, engineering professor David Schaad built a new course that has changed and endured for a decade.

August 25, 2015

Researchers Aim to Develop New Techniques for Creating High-Temperature Alloys

A new grant seeking to develop new techniques for creating high-temperature materials is taking advantage of Duke University’s expertise in computational materials genomics—the computer modeling of novel materials to identify which might have desirable properties.

August 25, 2015

Ramanujam Awarded Two Grants to Help Screen for Cervical Cancer in Africa

Nimmi Ramanujam has been awarded two National Institutes of Health (NIH) RO1 grants to work with industry and non-profit partners to develop strategies for wide-scale screening for cervical cancer in East Africa.

August 24, 2015

Lighting Up Plants’ Metabolisms for a Better Energy Future

New grant will use tagged nanoprobes for monitoring plants’ behavior to help researchers optimize biofuel production

August 18, 2015

Setting Ground Rules for Nanotechnology Research

Two new projects set the stage for nanotechnology research to move into Big Data

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."