The Duke Engineering Entrepreneurship team has already guided several startups to launch, including  student-founded Protect3d Featured

September 23, 2020

Duke Engineering’s New “EngEn” Accelerates the Impact of Tech-Based Innovation

Duke Engineering Entrepreneurship integrates education, startup resources, new facilities and an A-team of seasoned entrepreneurs

Warren Grill, Mark Palmeri and Ken Gall

September 24, 2020

MEDx Announces 2020 Pilot Project Awardess

Mark Palmeri, Ken Gall and Warren Grill received grants to pursue collaborative projects

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September 21, 2020

Filling an AI and Materials Science Training Gap

Duke University awarded $3 million to develop a graduate training program at the nexus of artificial intelligence and materials science

Nanoscience Global Lecture presented by Nano Letters

10:00 am to 11:00 am Webcast

Presenter: Nano Letters founding editor Paul Alivisatos, Nobel Prize winner Steven Chu and Laura Na Liu, winner of the 2019 Nano Letters Young Investigator Award

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MEMS Seminar: Professor Eva Zurek, University at Buffalo

12:00 pm to 1:00 pm

Presenter: Professor Eva Zurek

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Media Coverage

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The Washington Post | September 23, 2020

The New Apple Watch Says My Lungs May Be Sick. Or Perfect. It Can’t Decide.

Featuring Jessilyn Dunn

Skraps of Brilliance | September 8, 2020

Professor Warren Grill Part 2

Featuring Warren Grill

Bloomberg CityLab | August 24, 2020

Wearable Tech Enters the Fight Against Covid-19

Featuring Jessilyn Dunn

Duke BME Magazine

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The Research Issue | Featured Content

Engineering Biology for Medicine Inaugural Conference Held at Duke

When Ashutosh Chilkoti took over as chair of Duke University’s Department of Biomedical Engineering, one of his goals was to host a specialized conference for biomedical engineers in partnership with a high-impact research journal.

Zooming in on Neuronal Behavior

There are more than 86 billion neurons in the brain.

Big Ideas on a Small Surface

Several small slides sit in an incubator in Shyni Varghese’s lab at Duke University, where they are connected to an assortment of machines via a network of delicate clear tubes.

The Evolution of Genetic Engineering

Charles Gersbach, the Rooney Family Associate Professor of Biomedical Engineering at Duke University, leads a lab that is centered on developing and applying genome engineering tools––most notably CRISPR-based technology.

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