Researchers Brian Hawkins, Katelyn Sellgren and James Thostenson work together at the Center for WaSH-AID. Featured

January 10, 2019

Fecal Matters: Learning About Health Through Waste

The Duke "Smart Toilet" looks to make use of the valuable information about our health that we literally flush away multiple times a day.

Smog hangs over the Red Fort in New Delhi, India. Some monuments in the country, like the Taj Mahal, are cleaned to remove stains created by air pollution. (Amanda Solliday / Duke University)

December 14, 2018

Air Quality Solutions Will Require Changes in Who Can Access Data

The latest research on air pollution in India suggests that data is limited in areas that need the information the most

December 13, 2018

Li Elected a Fellow of the IEEE

Honor recognizes Li’s work toward developing a new generation of computer hardware called neuromorphic computing systems

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IEEE Spectrum | December 19, 2018

Enabling Faster, More Capable Robots With Real-Time Motion Planning

Featuring Dan Sorin

Shine | December 17, 2018

Mathematician Wins Fudan-Zhongzhi Prize

Featuring Ingrid Daubechies

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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