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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

Jessica Shah

January 07, 2022

Jessica Shah Selected as Pratt Research Fellow

Shah, an undergraduate student in the Musah Lab, will explore how to create improved models of kidney disease

Jonathan Viventi

January 05, 2022

Jonathan Viventi Receives $7 Million to Engineer Flexible Brain Interfaces

In three separate projects, Jonathan Viventi will explore how to optimize electrode arrays to improve neuroscience research, enable better neural prostheses and study epilepsy after brain injuries

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December 09, 2021

Twelve Graduate Students Earn External Fellowships in 2021

Highly competitive national awards will help 12 new and returning Duke Engineering graduate students conduct research on campus

Amanda Randles

December 08, 2021

Randles Elected to National Academy of Inventors

Amanda Randles was recognized for her work to model how blood, particles and cells travel throughout the circulatory system

December 07, 2021

Solutions for Seedling Sunburn, Runaway Trash Bins and Other Woes

First-year design teams develop solutions for real clients with real problems, like crop loss and decreased mobility

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December 03, 2021

Rapid Test Identifies Antibody Effectiveness Against COVID-19 Variants

Test could measure patient immunity against multiple COVID-19 variants such as Omicron and Delta at once and inform which synthetic monoclonal antibody to use for treatments

December 02, 2021 | Duke University

Inside Class'room' Learning

This year, across Duke University, safety came first. Professors had to envision new learning methods, those that drew on the intimacies of a shared environment but allowed for interactions amid masking, distance and testing

Duke Engineering professor Stacy Tantum and an engineering student

December 02, 2021

KEEN Teaching: Duke Engineering Faculty Engage with National Education Network

Faculty are creating impactful educational experiences grounded in problem-based learning and an entrepreneurial mindset

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December 01, 2021

Eye Imaging Technology Breaks Through Skin by Crossing Beams

New approach to optical coherence tomography increases its depth of view in biological tissues

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November 30, 2021

High-Speed Holography of Cells Spots Physical Beacons of Disease

Measuring the variability of thickness within thousands of cells per minute spots physical signs of cancer and carcinogenic exposure

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