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An ink jet printer printing silicon electronic onto a plastic sheet

March 07, 2023 | Duke Engineering

Putting the SE Back in Silicon Electronics

Researchers gathered at Duke to answer the CHIPS and Science Act’s call to reinvigorate the nation’s silicon-related research and manufacturing abilities

white gloved hands in a clean room wet lab

February 23, 2023 | Duke Engineering

Big Ideas on Small Scales with Jay Dalton

Dalton helps students, staff and faculty learn how to use complex tools to develop miniscule solutions to big problems

Tatiana Segura

February 20, 2023 | Duke Engineering

Tatiana Segura Named National Academy of Inventors Senior Member

The NAI recognizes scholars who are rising stars in their field and are adept at translating their research into commercial success

tatiana segura

February 13, 2023 | Duke Engineering

Segura Named Co-Director of the Duke Center for Biomolecular and Tissue Engineering

The biomedical engineer specializes in using biomaterials to help the body heal damaged tissue, will lead the center with Charles Gersbach

the same glassfrog photographed during sleep and while active, using a flash, showing the difference in red blood cell perfusion within the circulatory system. By Jesse Delia

December 27, 2022 | Duke Engineering

Glassfrogs Hide Red Blood Cells in Their Liver to Become Transparent

Researchers finally decipher how a species of frog becomes a master of camouflage with the help of modern biomedical imaging techniques

December 07, 2022 | Duke Engineering

Duke BME's Amanda Randles: Supercomputing Award Targets Cellular Behavior in Microfluidic Devices

Competitive US Department of Energy program doles out time on nation’s fastest computers to most promising projects

The image shows a small fluorescent protein that emits and absorbs light that penetrates deep into biological tissue. Here, it indicates inflammation in a living mouse liver. The inset shows the molecular and chemical structure of the protein, miRFP718nano.

December 05, 2022 | Duke Engineering

Small Glowing Protein Allows Researchers to Peer Deeper Into Living Tissues

Proteins that emit longer wavelengths of near-infrared light help create detailed, hi-res biomedical images

December 02, 2022 | Duke Engineering

“Virtual Pillars” Separate and Sort Blood-Based Nanoparticles

Sorting biological nanoparticles 500 times thinner than a human hair could improve a wide variety of diagnostics and treatments

Two circles - one purple one pink - with math notations around them above a microchip layout

November 29, 2022 | Duke Engineering

Microlaser Chip Adds New Dimensions to Quantum Communication

Duke engineers help a team led by Penn double the quantum information space of any previous on-chip laser

Artist's rendering of the COVID virus

November 15, 2022 | Duke Engineering Magazine

Detecting How COVID-19 Can Directly Infect and Damage Human Kidney Cells

A fortuitous collaboration between Duke BME’s Samira Musah and the Duke Human Vaccine Institute’s Maria Blasi helps illuminate why the virus is so adept at attacking kidney cells

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