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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

September 08, 2015

Software Helps Art Conservators Clear the Cradling

North Carolina Museum of Art partners with Duke University to develop an art conservation tool that helps analyze paintings using x-ray images

September 08, 2015

BME Alumni to Provide Entrepreneurial Advice

Duke Biomedical Engineering is launching a new seminar series focused on entrepreneurship this fall.

September 03, 2015

Filling a Bioinformatic Training Gap

Duke and NC A&T Awarded $3 Million to Develop an Integrative Bioinformatics Graduate Training Program to Investigate and Engineer Microbiomes

August 31, 2015

A Partnership to Secure and Protect the Emerging Internet of Things

Duke University partners with the National Science Foundation, Intel Corporation and universities across the nation to improve the security and privacy of computing systems that interact with the physical world

August 28, 2015

Duke Engineers and Clinicians Create Medical Devices Together

Duke-Coulter Partnership awards nearly $800K of biomedical engineering and clinical research to address unmet clinical needs

August 27, 2015

Teaching Robots Rock Climbing

Kris Hauser as secured a three-year, $1.4 million grant from the National Robotics Initiative to “boldly go where every human has gone before.”

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.