March 30, 2017
Distinguished panelists gathered for a screening of 'Hidden Figures' said women today can benefit from emulating the resilience of female NASA pioneers.
March 23, 2017
In 2004, Duke Engineering researchers demonstrated the first digital lab-on-a-chip platform. Today, that breakthrough is now used in the products of three companies and changed the face of genetic screening.
March 22, 2017
Grant will develop new techniques to guard against cyberattacks against cyber-physical systems.
March 20, 2017
To ensure the brightest minds tackle the biggest problems, Dean Ravi Bellamkonda explains, immigration reform shouldn't prevent foreign nationals from attending U.S. universities.
March 17, 2017
Less than five percent of Earth’s seafloor has been mapped and explored, but a team of Duke University students is racing to change that.
March 14, 2017
A new course aims to make data competency a signature strength of every Duke Engineering undergraduate
March 08, 2017
Maiken Mikkelsen, the Nortel Networks Assistant Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering and assistant professor of physics at Duke University, and Miroslav Pajic, assistant professor of electrical and computer engineering at Duke University, have each won an Office of Naval Research Young [...]
March 07, 2017
Duke’s nationally recognized Data+ program brings teams of faculty and students together each summer to explore data-driven approaches to real-world problems—including many from clients such as Accenture, Fidelity Charitable and Duke Health. Impactful projects like the ones below will soon become [...]
March 03, 2017
Less than 100 yards away from one of the Southeast’s busiest medical centers, Duke engineers Lawrence Carin and Ricardo Henao are working to keep people out of those inpatient beds. By designing algorithms to sift through reams of data in clinical records, the team is helping clinicians find better [...]
March 02, 2017
Senior Efe Aras creates city street models to predict how self-driving cars might affect traffic by parking themselves