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September 15, 2021

Engineering for Impact: Meet Duke Engineering’s Next Dean

Jerome Lynch shares his perspectives on Duke Engineering, initial priorities as dean, and vision for the transformative role engineers can play in society

November 07, 2011

Graduate students win EPA Star Fellowships

Matthew Strickland and Thomas Morse will each receive support in finishing their degrees as well as funding for their respective research endeavors

November 04, 2011

Earning 'Green Workplace Certification'

The Duke Engineering Dean's Office became the first unit to receive certification as a Duke Green Workplace

November 03, 2011

Barros Backs New Scholarships for International Students

Durham, NC - Without Duke's new scholarship program for international students, Laxmi Rajak says, "I would probably have been washing clothes at other people's houses like my mother does because she could never have afforded my further education." Rajak, a first-year student from Nepal, calls her [...]

October 25, 2011

Restraint Improves Dielectric Performance, Lifespan

Duke engineers have demonstrated that rigidly constraining dielectric materials can greatly improve their performance and potentially lengthen their lifespans.

October 24, 2011

Biological Molecules Show Their True Colors

For the first time, molecular events below the skin can now not only be seen in three dimensions, but in their true color.

October 10, 2011

Light Can Detect Pre-Cancerous Colon Cells

This technology could be a non-invasive way for physicians to detect abnormal cells, or dysplasia, which have the potential of turning cancerous

October 07, 2011

Mine Detection Software Identifies Cancer Cells

Software developed by a Duke electrical engineer for finding and recognizing undersea mines can help doctors identify and classify cancer-related cells

October 01, 2011

Huyen Tran

Graduation Year: 2009 Degree at Duke: Master's Major/Program: Master of Engineering Management Career Highlights: Cofounder of AmareSinh, women's fashion line I saw the program as a way for me to gain knowledge on a more holistic scale and advance my thinking. Huyen Tran, MEMP ‘09 graduate and [...]

October 01, 2011

Todd Stevens: MEMP Grad Works on Navy Radar

When Todd Stevens (MEMP ’06) was a graduate student at the Pratt School of Engineering, he never imagined himself building defense systems for the Navy.

January 15, 2009

Next Generation Cloaking Device Demonstrated

A device that can bestow invisibility to an object by “cloaking” it from visual light is closer to reality. After being the first to demonstrate the feasibility of such a device by constructing a prototype in 2006, a team of Duke University engineers have produced a new type of cloaking device, [...]