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.

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

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October 05, 2021 | Duke Engineering

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

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

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September 23, 2021 | Duke Engineering

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

Jerome Lynch working with students

September 15, 2021 | Duke Engineering

Engineering for Impact: Meet Duke Engineering’s Next Dean

Jerome Lynch shares his perspectives on Duke Engineering, initial priorities as dean, and vision for the transformative role engineers can play in society

Jerome Lynch

September 02, 2021 | Duke Engineering

Jerome Lynch Named New Dean of Pratt School of Engineering

University of Michigan chair is nationally known for developing smart technologies to improve civil infrastructure systems

August 04, 2021 | Duke Engineering

Robotic Scanner Automates Diagnostic Imaging in the Eye

By removing the need for highly trained technicians, the imaging tool could make it easier to diagnose eye diseases outside of specialized clinics

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July 27, 2021 | Duke Engineering

Setting Boundaries Helps Machine Learning Find One-in-a-Trillion Solutions

New “neural-adjoint” machine learning method can help researchers find optimal solutions in extremely large design spaces such as dielectric metamaterials for c