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The image shows a small fluorescent protein that emits and absorbs light that penetrates deep into biological tissue. Here, it indicates inflammation in a living mouse liver. The inset shows the molecular and chemical structure of the protein, miRFP718nano. Featured

December 05, 2022

Small Glowing Protein Allows Researchers to Peer Deeper Into Living Tissues

Proteins that emit longer wavelengths of near-infrared light help create detailed, hi-res biomedical images

August 19, 2013

Aeroelasticity at Duke: Why Fear Flutter?

Pratt aeroelasticity studies range from “heavenly” to “hellish”

August 05, 2013

Broad-Scale Genome Tinkering With Help of an RNA Guide

Duke Institute for Genome Sciences & Policy

August 03, 2013

Kenneth Chestnut

President and Chief Operating Officer, H. J. Russel Construction Co.

August 03, 2013

Alumni Profile: Ge Wang

Co-founder, Smule

July 30, 2013

Making Summer Matter: Improving Health Care Through Engineering World Health

Helping hospitals and clinics repair medical equipment at the National Hospital de Quetzaltenango in Xela

July 16, 2013

Duke Bioengineers Develop New Approach to Regenerate Back Discs

Cell therapies may stop or reverse the pain and disability of degenerative disc disease and the loss of material between vertebrae, according to Duke scientists

July 10, 2013

Teaching machines to watch TV

Leslie Collins' signal processing group is working to turn moving pictures into data that could be analyzed statistically

July 10, 2013

Shaping data

Mathematician and computer science/ECE professor John Harer and his collaborators want to unwind the variety of biological clocks found in cells

July 10, 2013

Probability, not certainty

David Dunson is a statistician who helps neuroscientists and physicians to better diagnose illnesses.

July 10, 2013

The art of analysis

ngrid Daubechies has been collecting information about artworks, trying to understand the differences between originals and copies