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Scanning electron micrographs show the detailed fibers of the SF membranes
Silkworms Help Grow Better Organ-Like Tissues in Labs
6/5 Pratt School of Engineering

Silkworms Help Grow Better Organ-Like Tissues in Labs

A new ultrathin silk membrane for organ-on-a-chip platforms helps cells communicate and grow into functional tissues used for research

2023 MEM Online Cohort
Celebrating 15 Years of Excellence
5/6 Pratt School of Engineering

Celebrating 15 Years of Excellence

Duke’s Master of Engineering Management Online program celebrated its 15th anniversary by securing the #3 spot in US News & World Report rankings

students prepare research posters for symposium event
Using Graduate Student Research as an Effective Recruitment Tool
5/1 Pratt School of Engineering

Using Graduate Student Research as an Effective Recruitment Tool

Students in the Mechanical Engineering and Materials Science Department presented research on a range of topics to show prospective candidates what’s possible at Duke.

Zbigniew J. Kabala
Computer Programming and Data Analysis for Dummies
4/30 Pratt School of Engineering

Computer Programming and Data Analysis for Dummies

A new CEE class explores how a ChatGPT plugin removes entry barriers to the Wolfram family of data analysis tools for students in any discipline

Paris Brown
DIBS Trainee Spotlight: Paris Brown
4/22 Duke Institute for Brain Sciences

DIBS Trainee Spotlight: Paris Brown

Paris Brown, an engineer, ceramist, and pilot—is charting a course toward neuroethics and science policy after graduation

fast moving simulation of small bits of blue and white joining a larger structure
Capturing DNA Origami Folding with a New Dynamic Model
4/17 Pratt School of Engineering

Capturing DNA Origami Folding with a New Dynamic Model

Coarser modeling approach allows researchers to better understand the process by which DNA folds into engineered nanoscale structures to speed innovation