February 03, 2017
There's a known rule-breaker among materials, and a new discovery by an international team of scientists adds more evidence to back up the metal's nonconformist reputation. According to a study led by scientists at the Department of Energy’s Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (Berkeley Lab), the [...]
January 26, 2017
New technique could form the basis of a small, inexpensive point-of-care device for early disease diagnosis
January 12, 2017
In his role as an internationally prominent Niels Bohr Professor, Duke’s David Needham has established the Center for Single Particle Science and Engineering at Southern Denmark University (SDU) in Odense, Denmark. Four years after its launch, the center is making great progress towards its goal of [...]
November 18, 2016
New faculty member Shyni Varghese brings tissue-on-a-chip and bone-healing technologies to Duke this summer
November 17, 2016
New faculty member Gaurav Arya develops molecular models of soft-matter to advance fields from energy to health care
November 03, 2016
Duke materials scientist rethinks the future of golf clubs with the industry’s newest player
August 23, 2016
Engineering student Vinay Nagaraj uses his experience hacking cochlear implants to land an internship designing wearables to improve children’s language skills.
August 08, 2016
By slowly pulling apart a protein called Protein S, researchers have discovered a previously unknown stable conformation made possible by a little help from its best friend.
August 01, 2016
Researchers have discovered a way to predict which alloys will form metallic glasses. The research could pave the way for new strong, conductive materials.
July 13, 2016
Come along for a brief tour through just a few of the current projects being pursued by the up-and-coming Duke Robotics group.