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Kyle Bradbury and Data+ students

March 14, 2017

Data-Savvy Students

A new course aims to make data competency a signature strength of every Duke Engineering undergraduate

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November 13, 2015

HTC Vive: A New Dimension of Creativity

“I just threw eggs at the robot!” grad student Keaton Armentrout said to Amitha Gade, a fellow biomedical engineering master’s student. “He just said, ‘Thank you for the egg, human. Give me another one.’ It was really fun.” In what world does one throw eggs at grateful robots? In the virtual world [...]

November 11, 2015

Photo Essay: Duke Engineers for International Development in 2015

Duke Engineers for International Development (DEID) is a student organization that sends student-led groups to locations around the globe to assess and implement engineering projects that spur development. After working with communities to identify their needs, the teams collaborate with professors [...]

November 10, 2015

Fred Boadu Returns to Ghana to Fill Research Gaps

African academics living abroad are a rich source of expertise for the continent’s universities to tap into. In this film we meet Fred Boadu, who left Ghana to pursue an engineering career in the United States more than 20 years ago. He is now a professor of civil and enviornmental engineering at [...]

November 04, 2015

Duke Pioneers Pathway to Philanthropy for Entrepreneurs Through New Program

Entrepreneurs who are passionate about Duke University now have a new vehicle that allows them to support the university by leveraging their start-ups. The new DukeOne program enables entrepreneurs to pledge 1 percent of their company to Duke, deferring their gift until they have sold their company [...]

October 22, 2015

Meet Pratt's New Faculty for 2015-2016

Meet faculty joining the Pratt School of Engineering during the 2015-2016 academic year. Joel Collier: Nudging Immunological ResponsesJoel Collier will join the Department of Biomedical Engineering in the spring semester of 2016. With a long history of designing self-assembling synthetic peptides [...]

October 21, 2015

Kunshan Workshop Explores Water Impacts Of Unconventional Energy Production In China

Researchers, policymakers, environmental managers and other stakeholders gathered at Duke Kunshan University for a two-day workshop last week to explore the potential impacts of increased unconventional energy exploration on China’s water supply, including Marc Deshusses, professor of civil and [...]

October 19, 2015

Duke Alumni Shore Up Farnham

Fate brought together three graduates of Duke Engineering recently in an effort to patch up a dam in Pittsfield, Mass. Michael Malenfant (MS’98) met Martha Monserrate (BS’81, MS’82) and John Wilkes (MS’84) at the Farnham Dam in a project to reinforce and revitalize the aging structure. Malenfant [...]

October 01, 2015

A Digital Poetry of Gold Nanoparticles

Priorities in both primary/secondary and higher education stress the importance of STEM – science, technology, engineering, and math. However, there are important parallels and connections between art and science and a growing number of advocates believe that STEM education could benefit greatly [...]

September 10, 2015

Tomasz Hueckel: A Pioneer in Environmental and Energy Geomechanics

There was a homecoming of sorts at the International Congress CERMODEL - Modelling and Simulation Meet Innovation in Ceramics Technology – conference held in Trento, Italy this summer. Tomasz Hueckel, professor of civil and environmental engineering at Duke University, left an industry job in Italy [...]

September 09, 2015

The Foundry Opens for Student Innovation

Duke University celebrated the grand opening of its brand new “maker space” on September 3, 2015. Dubbed “The Foundry” after a competitive naming contest, the newly renovated basement of Gross Hall features 7,600 feet of project space for Duke student teams, faculty, and staff focused on [...]

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