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July 26, 2021 | Duke Engineering

Catching Waves

QA with ECE professor and metamaterials pioneer, Steve Cummer

Rocks, x-rays of rocks, a jumble of bluish light, multicolored images of the rocks, graphs showing different spectral responses

June 08, 2021 | Duke Engineering

X-ray Scanner Spots Cancers and Analyzes Drugs in Minutes

New technology could speed cancer diagnosis, ensure surgeons remove 100% of a tumor and inspect drugs for dangerous chemicals

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June 08, 2021 | Duke Today

$100 Million to Advance Duke Science and Technology Research

The Duke Endowment of Charlotte, N.C., is supporting Duke University’s efforts to expand its faculty in computation, materials science and the resilience of the body and brain by completing the second phase of a $100 million investment. This is the largest award Duke University has ever received.

A series of different colored panels each representing pulling a different piece of data from light

March 10, 2021 | Duke Engineering

Capturing All of Light’s Data in One Snapshot

Duke engineers to lead $7.5 million Department of Defense project to create a “super camera” that can capture and process a wide range of light’s properties

Jungsang Kim and Chris Monroe flanking the IonQ logo

March 09, 2021 | Duke Engineering

Duke Technology Powers First Pure-Play Quantum Computing Company to Wall Street

With a market capitalization valued around $2 billion, IonQ will become the first publicly traded company focused solely on quantum computing

January 26, 2021 | Duke Engineering

Listening to Lightning in the Duke Forest

ECE professor Steve Cummer's field of antennas relays information about when and where lightning strikes

faculty member and graduate students work on a project outside

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

A neon green, semi-transparent, pill-shaped blob

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

Two images of a retina, side-by-side. The left is mostly reddish-pink while the right has many different colors and is more detailed

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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