Duke MEMS faculty are exploring a deep and rich array of biological phenomena to unlock discoveries leading to new bio-inspired materials. Building on our discoveries, we are solving analytical and biomechanical problems with clinical relevance.
We work closely with Duke collaborators in biomedical engineering, the natural sciences, Duke Nicholas School of the Environment and Duke University Medical Center in numerous research and educational activities.
- Acoustofluidics and microfluidics
- Biomaterials and soft matter
- Biomechanical engineering
- Medical device development
- Nanoscience and nanomedicine
- Tissue engineering
Major Centers & Initiatives
We foster strong and growing multidisciplinary connections with faculty across Duke University and beyond that include:
- Related Study Opportunities
Master of Science (MS) or Master of Engineering (MEng)
Further Options at Duke
Duke University Program in Materials Science and Engineering
The program offers a general materials science and engineering (MSE) curriculum and degree title. Learn more »