Ten years of collaboration has developed into "SenseToKnow," a 10-minute tablet-based app that can screen children for autism. Discover how it captures and weighs a wide variety of indicators that some practitioners may easily overlook.
Science doesn't always happen in a sterile, well-resourced lab. Join CEE PhD student Shannon Plunkett on her journey to the Amazon where she discovered that her most useful tool was a long-held and expanding Duke network.
STEM educators and fashion entrepreneurs are teaming up to change perceptions of computing and engineering through ‘TechArts and Crafts’ workshops. Find out how youths across the country are discovering the creative side of engineering.
The Biomedical Engineering Society's annual meeting presents an opportunity for schools to not-so-humble brag and recruit talented students and future faculty. See how BME's talented staff made this year's event one to remember.
Beginning at 3:00 pm, gather your team and get ready for another fun and festive scavenger hunt, followed by treats and prizes in Harrington Quad. Registration required.
At 12:00 noon in Wilkinson 126, the Engineering Master's Diversity and Culture Club presents a discussion panel about women in STEM, led by Dr Samira Musah. Refreshments will be provided. Registration required.
Pratt's annual Family Weekend Celebration includes a seminar from 10:00 - 11:00 am in Schiciano Auditorium on first-year engineering, followed by a buffet lunch in Fitzpatrick and Pratt Plaza from 11:00 am - 1:00 pm.
This year's Energy Week will explore the equity implications of the clean energy transition, and how the implementation of energy policies impacts communities in North Carolina and beyond.
And Now For Something Completely Different
Duke Engineering's new Input/Output "I/O" Magazine details the planning, infrastructure, programs and relationships essential to today's impactful engineering programs. Explore the inaugural edition!
“We think of PFAS as being a drinking water contaminant because it’s mobile and persistent. Now we’re realizing that glyphosate may also be quite persistent in hard water areas. This gives me concerns about exposures here in the United States.”
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