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Aaron Kyle Featured

June 30, 2022

Aaron Kyle: Exploring New Methods to Diversify and Strengthen Engineering Education

New faculty member Aaron Kyle hopes to expand and enhance the biomedical engineering design programs for students inside and outside Duke

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March 29, 2022 | Duke Today

Three Undergraduate Duke Engineers Named 2022 Goldwater Scholars

Prestigious national scholarship supports students who show promise of being part of the next generation of research leaders

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March 29, 2022

How Eye Imaging Technology Could Help Robots and Cars See Better

Researchers are applying lessons learned from decades of perfecting eye-imaging technologies to tomorrow’s autonomous systems sensor technologies

Kathy Nightingale

March 22, 2022

Kathy Nightingale Receives Joseph H. Holmes Basic Science Pioneer Award

Award recognizes individuals who have significantly contributed to the growth and development of diagnostic ultrasound

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March 15, 2022

Cellular Filaments, Bacterial 'Easter Eggs,' Solar Panel Fungi Win 2022 Envisioning the Invisible Image Contest

Image contest at Duke explores and explains the world around us

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March 14, 2022 | Duke Innovation & Entrepreneurship

Spotlighting Innovative Duke Scholars for #InternationalWomensDay 2022

Duke University celebrates some of the many women scholars who are changing the world with innovations for a more sustainable future

Tatiana Segura of Duke University

March 04, 2022 | Duke Science & Technology

Tatiana Segura: A Stroke Healing Gel

The efforts of Segura's Duke BME lab are leading to transformative outcomes for stroke, brain damage, bone malformation, and more.

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March 03, 2022 | Optica

Duke BME's Joseph A. Izatt Receives Optica's 2022 Stephen D. Fantone Distinguished Service Award

Izatt was honored for over 25 years of outstanding service to the optics community and Optica.

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February 22, 2022

Duke's Michael Rubinstein Honored with 2022 Nelson W. Taylor Award

The materials scientist was recognized for outstanding contributions to polymer and soft matter physics

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February 21, 2022 | Duke Department of Theater Studies

The Arts Advantage: Empathetic Duke Engineers Thanks to Theater

STEAM student Alexa Bolin Santiago is a biomedical engineering junior who is making an effort to include theater courses in her studies at Duke

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February 17, 2022

The Surprising Structural Reason Your Kitchen Sponge is Disgusting

Environmental structure affects interactions between microbial species, making the common kitchen sponge a better incubator for bacterial diversity than a laboratory Petri dish

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