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August 10, 2022

Duke-led Center Seeks to Examine and Engineer the Microbial Communities of Indoor Spaces

New $26 million center will work to understand and engineer the microbiomes in our homes, workspaces and other built environments

June 04, 2013

Genetic Editing for Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy

Duke scientists have developed a way to change the existing mutated gene responsible for the disorder into a normally functioning gene

June 03, 2013

Alumni Profile: Celine Jimenez Crowson

Partner, Hogan Lovells LLP

May 30, 2013

Searle Scholar Brenton Hoffman Probes the Physical Forces Behind Disease

Hoffman says it’s time to focus on a little-studied factor in human development and disease: Physics

May 29, 2013

George Jordan: Turning a Passion for Technology into a Legal Career

Pratt Alumni Profile: George Jordan BSEE’93

May 21, 2013

Duke Engineering Celebrates the Class of 2013

A team of Duke engineers used one of the most powerful cameras ever developed to photograph the commencement ceremony

May 21, 2013

Mechanical Engineering, Biology Intertwined

At Stanford, Katrina Wisdom E'12 is combining her love of mechanical engineering, biology and dance

May 21, 2013

New Method for Producing Clean Hydrogen

Duke University engineers have developed a novel method for producing clean hydrogen, which could prove essential to weaning society off of fossil fuels and their environmental implications.

May 20, 2013

Triangle Universities Establish State-of-the-Art Characterization Facility

Scientists across North Carolina will now be able to probe the mysteries of very tiny particles, polymers, and surfaces for applications ranging from biomedicine to polymer science

May 20, 2013

For Tropical Rainfall, Timing Is Everything

With changes in the global climate, certain regions of the tropics will likely experience growing unpredictability of their seasonal cycles of rain and drought, according to a new analysis by Duke and Princeton University engineers.

May 06, 2013

Duke Engineers Build Living Patch for Damaged Hearts

Duke University biomedical engineers have grown three-dimensional human heart muscle that acts just like natural tissue.

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