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The SMIF Undergraduate User Program provides Duke students with hands-on experience working with specialized equipment for fabrication, characterization, and imaging of micro- and nanoscale objects.

August 21, 2017

Pratt Undergrads Explore Nanoscience Research

A unique program gives Duke undergraduates hands-on experience working with specialized equipment for fabrication, characterization, and imaging of micro- and nanoscale objects.

April 01, 2007

Duke's First Engineers Week Draws a Crowd

Duke's first campus-wide Engineers Week celebration, offering a week-long series of events for both Pratt and Trinity students, proved a big success. The week's grand finale, an E-social loaded with contests and competitions that pitted "Team Pratt" against "Team Trinity," drew more than 500 [...]

March 01, 2007

Taking Advice from Alumni

On Feb. 9, Pratt school alums offered advice to current students at two different forums. Natalie Wisniewski, a medical device consultant who obtained her doctorate in biomedical engineering in Professor Monte Reichert's lab, spoke at a Women in Science and Engineering (WiSE) event on enhancing [...]

March 01, 2007

Civic Engagement to Become Integral to a Duke Undergraduate Education

In one of the most ambitious efforts of its kind in U.S. higher education, Duke University will make civic engagement an integral part of its undergraduate experience beginning in 2008, university president Richard H. Brodhead announced on Feb. 12. The university is planning at least three pilot [...]

February 09, 2007

Signal Innovations Group, Inc.

Signal Innovations Group, Inc. (SIG) is a Research Triangle Park, NC based company that is pioneering new data modeling methods and cutting-edge algorithm design for pattern recognition and decision systems. These technologies have enabled our customers to understand and exploit sensor data in new [...]

February 09, 2007

Advanced Liquid Logic

Advanced Liquid Logic develops products that leverage the Company's unique droplet-based liquid handling technology for high quality, reliable, rapid, and cost effective results in a diverse range of diagnostic and other applications. Digital microfluidics is a lab-on-a-chip approach based on [...]

February 09, 2007

Centice

Centice designs and manufactures molecular spectroscopy optical sensors that are used by our partners in general purpose and application-specific products. Centice sensors are based on patent-pending computational sensor technology exclusively licensed from Duke University, where the technology was [...]

February 09, 2007

SAIC Fostering Next-Gen Autonomous Robots

SAIC Inc. is providing funding, equipment and supplies to support members of Duke’s Robotics Club. Duke is partnering with Georgia Tech’s Sting Racing team to participate in the DARPA Urban Challenge. The Urban Challenge tests the ability of competing autonomous robots to drive 60 miles in an urban [...]

February 01, 2007

Pratt Fellow Bresslour Builds Microwave-Based Breast Imaging Device

Pratt Undergraduate Research Fellow Elan Bresslour isn't satisfied with traditional X-ray mammography, the primary imaging method for breast cancer screening. In the lab of electrical and computer engineering professor Qing Liu, she is applying her engineering skill toward the development of a [...]

January 02, 2007

Invisibility Cloak Named One of Science's Top Ten "Breakthroughs" of 2006

An "invisibility cloak" designed and tested by Duke University engineers was named one of Science Magazine's top ten breakthroughs of 2006.

January 01, 2007

Invisibility Cloak Named One of Science’s Top Breakthroughs of 2006

An "invisibility cloak" designed and tested by Duke University engineers was named one of Science magazine's top 10 breakthroughs of 2006. Science’s Top Ten list appears in the journal’s Dec. 22, 2006, issue. The cloak, which the magazine refers to as "the ultimate camouflage," deflects microwave [...]

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