Engineering with Deep Purpose
Duke Engineering’s expertise in an emerging imaging technology revealed how glassfrogs become transparent when resting. Discover why the anticoagulant implications of their disappearing act might help save lives.
Streams and farms may be small, but they have a mighty effect on weather patterns. Discover how Duke Engineers are incorporating tiny landscape features into grand climate models.
When first-year student Mariam Gulamhusein returned to the United Arab Emirates to receive an academic award, she expected ceremony. She didn’t expect to meet the Crown Prince.
Plastic particles are everywhere in our environment. Find out why Duke researchers say we must better understand the implications.
Few issues are as top of mind with regulators, industry and politicians as digital assets. Join the discussion to understand where the industry will be in a decade.
Sage Cooley published her first manuscript as a sophomore by buckling hundreds of 3D-printed cylinders. Watch the carnage in action.
“We're talking about developing more robust connectivity. When users move around at high speeds or in cities where buildings might block the signals of their devices, their wireless connection should still maintain fidelity and quality.”
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