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The first wave of CHIPS funding will enable more sustainable and efficient semiconductor technology. Discover how Duke is leading the pack.
A quantum computer slowed simulated molecular quantum effects by a billion times, allowing researchers to directly observe them for the first time. See how they did it.
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New faculty member Emily Wenger works to secure futuristic cryptography algorithms and protect people’s privacy from generative AI.
New faculty member Haozhe “Harry” Wang develops both additive and subtractive manufacturing processes to enable the mass production of future quantum systems.
Shaundra Daily partnered with a fashion group to host a series of tech-enhanced arts and crafts workshops for young people. See what they made.
Duke Engineers have garnered a lot of attention this summer and fall. Find out which faculty and students were recognized this spring for their outstanding achievements and contributions.
A drone-focused interdisciplinary team from Duke competed in the XPRIZE Rainforest competition semifinals in Singapore this summer. Watch the drama unfold in our five-part miniseries!
Over ten days, middle school students tackled numerous small hands-on engineering projects that added up to one awesome final project: a working loudspeaker.
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