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July 02, 2020

Duke Launches Master’s Program in Cybersecurity

The 30-credit degree, available on-campus or online, trains students in the technical, ethical and business dimensions of cybersecurity

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June 12, 2020

Duke's Labs Are Back in Business, but in a New Way

The herculean efforts to re-start Duke’s campus and medical school research laboratories are nearly complete

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June 11, 2020

Sound Waves Transport Droplets for Rewritable Lab-on-a-Chip Devices

Vibrating transducers create tunnels in a thin layer of oil to transport droplets across a chip without leaving a trace behind

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AI In Health | Featured Content

AI in Health

Machine learning algorithms in ECE were initially deployed in search of landmines. Over the past two decades, they’ve evolved to generate stunning insights into human health

Ethical Algorithms

How do we balance the potentially transformative benefits of new technology against the risks?

Safe Travels

Duke ECE is driving a new $5.83 million airport security project

Startup Stories

Eighteen spinoffs—and counting!—have grown from Duke ECE’s pioneering research in quantum computing, metamaterials, advanced sensing, robotics, and more

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of Duke ECE students accepted jobs or had job offers at graduation