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Professor Amanda Randles works with undergraduate student Stephanie Musinsky. Featured

November 12, 2020

Randles Named a 2020 Young Innovator in Cellular and Molecular Engineering

Honor recognizes junior faculty for innovative and impactful bioengineering research

The Fitzpatrick Center at Duke Engineering

November 19, 2020

Twenty Graduate Students Earn External Fellowships

Highly competitive national awards will help 20 new and returning Duke Engineering graduate students conduct research on campus

Charles Gersbach, David Mitzi, David Smith, Mark Wiesner

November 18, 2020

Four Duke Engineers Recognized as Most Cited

Four Duke Engineers are included in the most highly-cited list this year. Their scholarly publications are viewed as important and influential by their peers.

Kim Bourne chose a part-time fellowship, which she said was “a great way to gain experience in an area outside of my dissertation without hindering my progress.”

November 17, 2020

Duke Ph.D. Students Find Unexpected Benefits in an Unusual Summer

Students share insights from their 2020 Provost’s Summer Fellowships

Duke International Education Week

November 11, 2020

Together Around the World

Bass Connections teams continue to engage globally despite pandemic

Fundamental Concepts preview

November 10, 2020

YouTube Special: Fundamental Concepts in Engineering

In a new educational series, Duke faculty explain basic engineering principles in 10 minutes or less

The image shows regenerated hair follicles at the center of a wound. The hair follicles appear as tear drop structures, and they have Keratin 5 positive tips, which appear in green.

November 09, 2020

Wound-Healing Biomaterials Activate Immune System for Stronger Skin

New hydrogel triggers adaptive immune system, leading to improved tissue repair

Two lists of equations, one more than 40 lines long, the other just three

November 09, 2020

Researchers Discover Bacterial DNA’s Recipe for Success

A single criterion predicts whether a genetic package such as antibiotic resistance will thrive in a given environment

Ashutosh Chilkoti and Lingchong You

November 03, 2020

Multidisciplinary University Research Initiative Tackles Synthetic Biology

BME's Ashutosh Chilkoti and Lingchogn You receive a $7.5 million MURI award from the Department of Defense

four students with masks stand around a work table in a tool-filled room

October 30, 2020

Introducing Engineering Concepts in a Pandemic

Duke Engineering’s signature First-Year Design course finds ways to provide real-world engineering experiences during a difficult semester

This high-resolution photoacoustic and fluorescent image of a mouse brain shows the brain’s oxygenation from green (veins) to red (arteries) and the neural activation region is purple.

October 26, 2020

Using Invisible Light To See Deeper Into The Brain

Neural sensors that use near-infrared light can reveal brain activity deep within animal models

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