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Pushing Duke Tech Down the Commercialization Pathway
3/19 Duke Office of Translation and Commercialization

Pushing Duke Tech Down the Commercialization Pathway

Thirty graduate and professional students from across Duke took part in a two-day technology commercialization bootcamp

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Pop Quantum
3/19 Podcast

Pop Quantum

The word "quantum" is quickly creeping into the lexicon of American culture. But what does it actually mean? And what does Chris Nolan get right that Marvel gets wrong? Members of the Duke Quantum Center have answers.

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Working To Uplift Underrepresented Student Voices in Engineering
2/29 Pratt School of Engineering

Working To Uplift Underrepresented Student Voices in Engineering

The National Society of Black Engineers at Duke continues to promote principles of equity and collaboration between researchers across the industry who come from underrepresented communities.

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SMIF Continues Taking Materials Research to the Next Level
2/29 Pratt School of Engineering

SMIF Continues Taking Materials Research to the Next Level

Duke’s Shared Materials Instrumentation Facility (SMIF) has fostered regional and national collaboration in materials research for over 25 years.

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Duke Faculty Join Federal Roundtable Focused on AI 
2/27 Pratt School of Engineering

Duke Faculty Join Federal Roundtable Focused on AI 

Representatives from Congress, the White House and federal agencies met with Research Triangle AI experts at North Carolina State University