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Foggy Blue Ridge Mountains

October 23, 2019

Duke-Led Project Considers the Role of Land Spatial Patterns in Earth’s Climate

Duke CEE faculty member Nathaniel Chaney examines how fine-scale characteristics affects the big picture

The Fitzpatrick Center at Duke Engineering

October 21, 2019

Twelve Graduate Students Earn External Fellowships

Highly competitive national awards will help 11 new and returning Duke Engineering graduate students conduct research on campus

Kathmandu, Nepal

October 17, 2019

Students Lead Earthquake Resilience Project in Nepal

Duke civil and environmental engineering team partners with engineering students in Nepal to develop earthquake resilience technology

Two tubes of the same shape and features, one of black mesh and one of tiny red arrows all pointing to the right

October 11, 2019

Accounting for Variability in Vascular Models

Europe's top thesis in computational mechanics this year is creating patient-specific models of arterial walls to advance basic knowledge and help medical outcomes

Heather Stapleton stands in a laboratory

October 07, 2019

$5 Million Grant Will Fund New Laboratory for Environmental Analysis

Duke University has received a five-year, $5 million grant from the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences (NIEHS) to develop a new environmental analysis laboratory

Bridge over the river. Photo by EIA Bridge program

September 30, 2019

Good DEIDs

Duke engineering students worked to complete bridges in Bolivia and Uganda this year

Duke engineering students participate in a session of Thrive (EGR 79S) with instructor David Pittman (center).

September 16, 2019

Finding Purpose and Meaning in the First Year—and Beyond

For 50 first-year engineering students, a new course offers strategies and a supportive network to help them flourish in college and life.

Class of 2023 A. James Clark Scholars at Duke

September 12, 2019

Class of 2023 A. James Clark Scholars Arrive at Duke

Ten engineering students from seven states were selected for competitive scholarship program focused on leadership, service and entrepreneurship

An artist's drawing of a spindle of DNA tinged blue

September 12, 2019

Identifying the Epigenetic Fingerprints of Weapons of Mass Destruction

$38.8 million DARPA project taps Duke researchers to help develop genetic test for exposure to weapons of mass destruction

Rate of Change podcast artwork

September 10, 2019

Now on Your Smartphone: Duke Engineering’s New Podcast ‘Rate of Change’

Duke experts talk about engineering solutions for a fast-changing world

Student samples water in Kunshan

September 06, 2019

Duke CEE Students Examine Air and Water in China

Students traveled to Kunshan, China on a research trip led by civil and environmental engineering professor Mike Bergin

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