two women working in a science lab

November 23, 2021 | Duke Today

Duke Science and Technology is 'Accepting the Challenge'

The faculty recruitment and retention effort, called Duke Science and Technology, will give the university resources to expand core strengths in Duke’s research, extending to nearly every corner of the university.

colorful galaxy

November 22, 2021

New Faculty Q&A: Cosmology Group

Dan Scolnic, Michael Troxel and Chris Walter, members of Duke's Cosmology Group, study fundamental questions about the universe like the nature of dark energy and dark matter.

Po-Chun Hsu

November 22, 2021

New Faculty Q&A: Po-Chun Hsu

Po-Chun Hsu, assistant professor of mechanical engineering and materials science, aims to develop innovative materials for light and heat management.

Lindsey Glickfeld

November 02, 2021

New Faculty Q&A: Lindsey Glickfeld

Lindsey Glickfeld, associate professor of neurobiology, focuses on understanding how modules within the visual cortex of mice are coordinated to support vision and guide behavior.

Greg Field

November 02, 2021

New Faculty Q&A: Greg Field

Greg Field, assistant professor of neurobiology, focuses on how the retina processes visual scenes and transmits this information to the brain.

Jun Chen

November 02, 2021

New Faculty Q&A: Jun "Benny" Chen

Jun Chen, professor of medicine, focuses on experimental stem cell transplantation, stem cell engraftment, induction of immune tolerance and novel applications.

Jungsang Kim and Patrick Charbonneau

October 13, 2021 | Trinity College of Arts and Sciences

Jungsang Kim and Patrick Charbonneau Named APS Fellows

Jungsang Kim (ECE/Physics) and Patrick Charbonneau (Chemistry/Physics) have been named fellows of the American Physics Society

Artist rendition. A row of thin, yellow rectangles with a beam of red above and a beam of purple below

October 05, 2021 | Duke Engineering News

Smuggling Light Through Opaque Materials

Newly proven physics opens chalcogenide glasses to applications at visible and ultraviolet wavelengths

A metal box the size of a large TV with lots of wires coming out of it

October 04, 2021 | Duke Engineering News

Foundational Step Shows Quantum Computers Can Be Better Than the Sum of Their Parts

Duke researchers show for the first time that an assembly of quantum computing pieces can be better than the worst parts used to make it

Two women look at a glass slide being held up to a light in a laboratory

September 23, 2021 | Duke Engineering News

Sunassee Wins FIP John Chambers Scholarship Award

PhD student Enakshi Sunassee is working on a device that could reveal metabolic biomarkers of a cancer’s recurrence