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September 28, 2022

Hurricane Season

Hurricane season is here. Here’s what you should know about flooding, floodwater contaminants, and those baffling spaghetti models

April 28, 2014

Two Duke Engineering Professors Earn Office of Naval Research Young Investigator Awards

The recipients are Xuanhe Zhao and Michael Zavlanos

April 24, 2014

Energy Deputy Secretary: Duke’s Innovative Energy Research is Essential to Security, Safety

Innovative research like that being carried out at Duke is essential to the future of energy security, sustainability and environmental safety, according to U.S. Department of Energy deputy secretary.

April 18, 2014

Robert Calderbank Wins 2014 IEEE Communications Society Award for Advances in Communication

Calderbank is professor of electrical and computer engineering and director of the Information Initiative at Duke University

April 14, 2014

Programming Computational Wind Tunnels to Save Millions

MEMS graduate student Fanny Besem is developing and running computer models for computational fluid dynamics as part of Duke's aeroelasticity group

April 08, 2014

CEINT's French Connection

Duke's Center for the Environmental Impact of NanoTechnology has had strong international ties since its inception that continue to provide opportunities to students and faculty alike

April 06, 2014

Q&A with Professor Benjamin C. Lee

Originally published in DukEngineer Magazine

April 06, 2014

Q&A: Duke's Heileen Hsu-Kim

Hsu-Kim is a professor leading a phenomenal early career in geochemistry

April 06, 2014

The Pratt Pouch: A Duke innovation Treats HIV in the Developing World

The pouch, comparable in size and shape to a ketchup packet, preserves medication

April 06, 2014

Labs on Chips

Talking Microfluidic Biochips with Duke ECE Professors Krishnendu Chakrabarty and Richard Fair

April 06, 2014

A View from the Inside: Exploring the Latest Ultrasound Techniques

Duke's Kathy Nightingale aims to transform how the world of ultrasound imaging interfaces with the human condition