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May 22, 2023 | Duke Engineering

Flexing Crystalline Structures Provide Path to a Solid Energy Future

Machine learning approach opens insights into an entire class of materials being pursued for solid-state batteries

Roarke Horstmeyer

May 17, 2023 | Duke Engineering

Horstmeyer Receives NSF CAREER Award to Develop Hardware and Software for Fast, High-Definition, 3D Microscopes

Competitive, five-year grant will help Horstmeyer develop new computational microscopes capable of capturing and processing large-volume, high speed video

Images of cells expressing a tension sensitive FRET-based biosensor for the mechanical linker protein.

May 04, 2023 | Duke Engineering

Proteins Use Force to Make New Connections

New imaging approach visualizes how applying force to proteins alters complex formations

a multicolor image made by Duke University of a mouse brain in coronal cross-section

April 17, 2023 | Duke Today

Brain Images Just Got 64 Million Times Sharper

MRI technology from Duke-led effort reveals the entire mouse brain in the highest resolution

March 20, 2023 | Duke Engineering

Gigapixel 3D Microscope Captures Life in Unprecedented Detail

Stitching videos from dozens of cameras together provides unique 3D view of macroscopic experiments with microscopic detail

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March 09, 2023 | Duke Translation Commercialization

Isolere Bio: Inside the Journey of a Duke Biotech Startup

As she was finishing her PhD at Duke Engineering, Kelli Luginbuhl was ready to dive into industry by starting her own company. She did, alongside her advisor, Duke BME's Ashutosh Chilkoti

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

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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