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A computer-generated view of a cube of green spheres with colorful pieces between them

July 15, 2022 | Duke Engineering News

Watching Primordial Neural Cells Grow in 3D Scaffolds to Heal Brain Injury

Tracking how neural progenitor cells respond to biochemical signals while moving and growing through a biocompatible jungle gym could help develop brain-healing biogels

A graphic schematic of a round grey ball getting covered by manufacturing elements

July 06, 2022 | Duke Engineering News

Upside-Down Design Expands Wide-Spectrum Super-Camera Abilities

New design for plasmonic metasurfaces increases their frequency range while protecting them from the elements

Duke professor Henry Everitt and then MIT graduate student Fan Wang with the first version of a tunable terahertz laser.

June 30, 2022 | Trinity College Communications

How an Undergraduate Project from the Early 1980s Is Helping Revolutionize Lasers Today

No bigger than a shoebox, Henry Everitt's groundbreaking device is a widely tunable terahertz laser.

Cynthia Toth, left, and Joe Izatt of Duke University

May 19, 2022 | Duke Eye Center

Physician-Engineer Collaborators Talk Team Science at Major Ophthalmic Conference

Duke Opthalmologist Cynthia Toth and Biomedical Engineer Joseph Izatt told the ARVO 2022 audience about how their 20 years of intense teamwork across multiple disciplines has positively impacted ophthalmic research

Student hand holding cell phone showing classmates in red, yellow, orange, green and blue representing infrared raditation

April 19, 2022 | Duke Engineering News

K-12 Outreach: Let There Be LITE

The Light, Infrared and Thermal Energy workshop by Po-Chun Hsu’s lab group engaged local high school students in optics, photonics and materials science

Man standing in front of a hanging orange ball and windows

March 03, 2022 | Optica

Duke BME's Joseph A. Izatt Receives Optica's 2022 Stephen D. Fantone Distinguished Service Award

Izatt was honored for over 25 years of outstanding service to the optics community and Optica.

Guillermo Sapiro

February 11, 2022 | Duke Engineering News

Duke’s Guillermo Sapiro Elected a Member of the National Academy of Engineering

The professor of electrical and computer engineering was recognized for three decades of transformative contributions to the theory and practice of imaging

Po-Chun Hsu standing with hands in pockets at top of stairs with hanging orange sculpture in background

January 25, 2022 | Duke Engineering News

Hsu Wins NSF CAREER Award to Develop Energy-Saving Wearable Device

Competitive five-year grant will help Po-Chun Hsu develop new wearable technology to manage heat around the human body without using additional power supply

Podocyte Models

January 25, 2022 | Duke Engineering News

Gene Expression Could Ring Early Kidney Disease Alarm

Stem cell model helps researchers identify potential biomarkers and therapeutic targets for early kidney disease

Junjie Yao

January 24, 2022 | Duke Engineering News

Yao Receives NSF CAREER Award to Monitor the Brain Using Photoacoustic Imaging

Competitive five-year grant will help Junjie Yao develop new imaging technologies to explore how oxygen consumption influences brain function

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