Two-photon imaging shows neurons firing in a mouse's brain.

April 12, 2019

Artificial Intelligence Singles Out Neurons Faster Than a Human Can

Deep-learning algorithm maps active neurons as accurately as humans in a fraction of the time

Three Peas in the Pod Video

April 03, 2019

'Three Peas in the Pod' Demo Engineering Design Skills

In 11 fun and encouraging videos, three students demonstrate power tools, but always with a focus on safety.

Group photo of the A. James Clark Scholars at Duke University in fall 2018.

March 28, 2019

Creating Community, Planning Public Service and Preparing for a Summer in South Africa

Duke Engineering's A. James Clark Scholars have had a busy freshman year

Miroslav Pajic kneeling with research group and small toy car

March 25, 2019

Pajic Receives ACM SIGBED Early Career Researcher Award

Award recognizes outstanding contributions by early career investigators in the area of embedded, real-time and cyber-physical systems

Students peruse entries in AI art competition

March 21, 2019

How to Judge an AI Art Competition

It’s another case where an interdisciplinary approach works best

March 14, 2019

EGR 190: Introduction to Data & Decision Sciences at Duke

EGR 190 is a pillar of Duke Engineering's signature undergraduate experience—introducing students to foundational data problems.

A Duke Engineering student gives a presentation in the Founder's Workshop course.

March 11, 2019

Founder's Workshop Creates Entrepreneurial Confidence

A special-topic course guides student teams through the development of startup plans.

Vamsee Pamula

March 11, 2019

Duke ECE Welcomes First Entrepreneur-in-Residence

Vamsee Pamula PhD’01 has a new company--and a new gig as Duke ECE’s first Entrepreneur-in-Residence

long plastic device with what looks like different staircases etched in

March 07, 2019

“Meta-Mirror” Reflects Sound Waves in Any Direction

New device perfectly controls the angle of reflection of sound waves

ASIC group stands on stairs in Chesterfield building

February 20, 2019

Center for Alternative Sustainable and Intelligent Computing Kicks Off

In a new Duke-led consortium, industry, university, and government agencies converge to accelerate cognitive computing research

A computer rendering of a field of short cylinders hovering above a flat surface

February 15, 2019

Researchers Discover Anti-Laser Masquerading as Perfect Absorber

With a tweak of only 0.3 millimeters, a material designed to absorb all light of a specific color demands the waves be synchronized as well