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November 19, 2018

Bending Light Around Tight Corners Without Backscattering Losses

New photonic crystal waveguide based on topological insulators paves the way to build futuristic light-based computers

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November 19, 2018

Reinvented Toilets to Debut In Two Indian Cities

Plan includes densely populated Warangal in Telangana and Narsapur in Andhra Pradesh

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November 16, 2018

Bard or Bot?

Duke team wins prize for most human-like sonnet written by A.I.

Machine Learning Seminar: Kathleen McKeown (Columbia Univ. CS Dept.)

3:30 pm | Gross Hall, Ahmadieh Family Grand Hall, Room 330

Presenter: Kathleen McKeown (Columbia Univ. CS Dept.)

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JAMA Network | November 13, 2018

How Does a Computer Algorithm Diagnose Diabetic Retinopathy?

Featuring Larry Carin

American Mathematical Society | November 13, 2018

Screening for Autism

Featuring Jordan Hashemi

Education Matters | November 8, 2018

Duke Tech Scholars Leadership Spotlight

Featuring Monica Jenkins

Duke ECE: Reimagine the Future

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Calling All Optimists

Novel approaches to society’s toughest challenges: Health, Security, Intelligent Systems, and Engineering Physics

Expanding Our Reach

Bigger and bolder than ever, Duke ECE is growing into the community and the world

The Shift to Cognition

Tomorrow’s computers, today

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