Adrian Bejan Featured

April 16, 2018

Adrian Bejan to Receive 2018 Benjamin Franklin Medal

Duke University professor is the first homegrown Benjamin Franklin medalist

 Steve McClelland and Bill Walker (right) talk technology with student founders of OptiML, a winner of the first Baquerizo Innovation Grants.

April 15, 2018

Entrepreneurial Confidence

From a “Founder’s Workshop” course to a $20,000 Innovation Grant competition, Duke Engineering is investing in new initiatives to help undergraduates turn their ideas into impactful solutions

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April 11, 2018

Studying Energy at Duke Readied 2018 Forbes ‘30 Under 30 in Energy’ Awardees for Success

Fourteen Duke graduates were named to this year's Forbes '30 Under 30' list, including three in the energy category

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The News and Observer | April 10, 2018

Duke Professor's Beautiful Law of Human Progress

Featuring Adrian Bejan

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The World Economic Forum | January 25, 2018

Future Shocks: Rogue Technologies. Could Our Biggest Breakthroughs Be Used Against Us?

Featuring Missy Cummings

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The Engineer | January 3, 2018

New Path to Photovoltaics Raises Possibility of Improved Efficiency

Featuring Adrienne Stiff-Roberts, David Mitzi

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major externally funded materials research centers (MRSEC and Materials Genomics)

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88%

of Duke MEMS students have a job or job offers before graduation