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January 06, 2021 | Duke Engineering

Cybersecurity for Autonomous Systems

Miroslav Pajic works on 'assured autonomy' for systems with high-level autonomy and low human control and oversight

January 05, 2021 | Duke Engineering

Payne Named Fellow of the Royal Society of Chemistry

MEMS Associate Professor Christine Payne recognized for outstanding contributions to chemistry with research on interaction between materials and cells

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December 18, 2020 | Duke Engineering

Sound Waves Spin Droplets to Concentrate, Separate Nanoparticles

New centrifuge-like device concentrates and separates biomedically important nanoparticles in tiny samples in less than a minute

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December 17, 2020 | Duke Engineering

Developing Low-Cost Scanning Laser Ophthalmoscopes to Combat Diabetic Retinopathy

Hafeez Dhalla is using materials science and 3D printing to develop a new instrument for eye imaging that can combat a common cause of adult-onset blindness

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December 15, 2020

Using Quantum Rules to Move Chemistry into Uncharted Territory

Center for Synthesizing Quantum Coherence uses ultra-fast lasers to design and control chemical reactions

December 04, 2020 | Duke Engineering

Advancing Deep Tissue Imaging through Photonic Highways

A collaborative team of researchers from Duke BME and the Albert Einstein College of Medicine were among 13 teams to receive funding for novel imaging projects

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September 01, 2020 | Duke Engineering

Duke Joins $115 Million Quantum Systems Accelerator

Five-year project seeks to energize the nation’s research community to ensure U.S. leadership in quantum R and accelerate the transfer of quantum technologies

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August 27, 2020 | Duke Engineering

Scientists Pair 3D Bioprinting and Computer Modeling to Examine Cancer Spread in Blood Vessels

Advanced computer simulations help better understand how tumor cells attach to blood vessels to form new tumors

Neon green bacteria grow in an ocean of red-tinted growth media

August 03, 2020 | Duke Engineering

AI May Offer a Better Way to ID Drug-Resistant Superbugs

Machine learning algorithm uses high-temporal-resolution growth curves to identify pathogens with 98% accuracy and predict antibiotic resistance

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August 03, 2020 | Duke Engineering

Researchers Create Artificial Organelles to Control Cellular Behavior

New form of synthetic biology for controlling cellular behavior uses intrinsically disordered proteins

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