Innovation with Deep Purpose
These printed electronics are fully recyclable and don’t require any harsh, toxic chemicals to make. Find out how Duke Engineers made the switch to water.
A new kind of microscope stitches together dozens of cameras to capture life in 3D at a cellular scale. Discover how the technology could revolutionize a wide range of experiments.
More than 25% of the potable water that comes into the average American home is flushed down the toilet. Come see Duke’s solution—a self-contained treatment system the size of a water heater.
Aaron Kyle refined his Outreach Design Education program in New York City for nearly a decade. Check out how the series is now energizing the next generation of engineers across the Triangle.
A group of local high schoolers mentored by Duke Engineers earned a trip to the state-wide FIRST Robotics Competition for the first time. Watch their entry zoom around the arena!
Engineers don’t typically become experts in quantum computing. See why Duke is changing that in search of an application that will set off a string of falling dominoes in the field.
“There are two things that I think are educationally transformative. One is this idea of a project with a client, and the other is being part of a team to work on the project. Both are very important and useful to Duke students to have as an attitude for the rest of their lives.”
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