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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

artist's rendering of a polymer network

October 20, 2021

Duke Soft Matter Symposium Attracts Worldwide Audience

Duke Materials Initiative’s milestone event on polymer networks engages 300+ attendees from 16 nations

Kafui Dzirasa

October 19, 2021

Dzirasa named to the National Academy of Medicine

Kafui Dzirasa is a psychiatrist and engineer examining the role of brain electricity in mental health disorders

The ArchGuard Prototype

October 13, 2021

Design Health Team Places on International Top 20 Shortlist for 2021 James Dyson Award

With a device to make cardiovascular procedures safer, Duke’s ArchGuard team was recognized out of 2,000 applicants

man pointing to drawing of aorta in a notebook

October 12, 2021 | Duke Innovation & Entrepreneurship

Five Questions with ArchGuard Co-Founders Kevin Rosenthal & Kelly Yang

Duke Design Health Fellows who invented a novel medical device which helps prevent stroke during cardiac surgery advanced to finalists in the Collegiate Inventors Competition and need your vote to win

Technical diagram showing molecules coming in and out of a pouch

October 11, 2021

Cell-Filled Pouch Creates Temporary “Chimeras” to Treat Disease

Device protects human liver cells producing critical biomolecules for six months in mice

Pranam Chatterjee

September 30, 2021

Pranam Chatterjee: Engineering the Reproductive System, One Protein at a Time

New faculty member Pranam Chatterjee uses AI to design proteins that promote, preserve and prolong reproductive health

The maker space within the Christensen Family Center for Innovation in the Wilkinson Building at Duke.

September 28, 2021

Christensen Family Center Is Home to a New View on Innovation

The new Duke Engineering center seeks to not only develop student innovators, but discover how to make innovation easier, faster, cheaper

The 'garage lab' portion of the Christensen Family Center for Innovation in the Wilkinson Building at Duke.

September 28, 2021

Christensen Family Gift Endows Center for Student Design Education at Duke

Naming honors gift by the family of Clayton Christensen, the management thinker who coined ‘disruptive innovation’

Two women look at a glass slide being held up to a light in a laboratory

September 23, 2021

Sunassee Wins FIP John Chambers Scholarship Award

PhD student Enakshi Sunassee is working on a device that could reveal metabolic biomarkers of a cancer’s recurrence

The team of Alanna Manfredini, Joanna Peng, Darienne Rogers and Amy Guan show their prototype for a low-cost colostomy bag

September 21, 2021

Duke Engineering First-Year Design Team Impresses at NIH DEBUT Competition

Design team wins $15,000 National Cancer Institute prize for their innovative tool to help patients with colon cancer

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