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Tony Jun Huang holds out a tiny prototype device while flanked by two graduate students

May 23, 2019

Huang Receives 2019 IEEE Technical Achievement Award

Award recognizes outstanding achievement, contribution and innovation in a technical area of biomedical engineering

Rows of fan blades in a turbine compressor

May 20, 2019

Guiding Vibration Simulations for Turbines

The Duke-led GUIde Consortium develops faster, more accurate simulations of turbine blade vibrations to help the industry engineer safer jet turbines with lower maintenance costs

Attendees at the 2019 Triangle Soft Matter Workshop

May 16, 2019

Triangle Soft Matter Workshop Continues to Grow

Annual workshop has helped establish the Triangle as a destination for soft matter research

Duke commencement ceremony in Wallace Wade Stadium

May 12, 2019

Duke Engineering Celebrates Class of 2019

Duke Engineering recognized more than 700 undergraduate and graduate engineering students during the 2019 commencement weekend

titanium scaffold

May 08, 2019

Bespoke Bones

Ken Gall uses a patient's CT scans to customize a 3D-printed titanium implant

Michael Rubinstein

May 07, 2019

Rubinstein Wins 2019 Soft Matter and Biophysical Chemistry Award

Rubinstein’s research led to a paradigm shift in the understanding of the inner workings of the surface of the lungs

A group of mechanical engineering students gather at hydroelectric facility

May 07, 2019

Here’s How Seniors Do Energy

Mechanical engineers tackle projects with real impact

Kids at a table putting together plastic experiments

April 24, 2019

Innovators Represent Duke at ACCelerate Festival

Blue Devil Ocean Engineering shows off its finalist entry in this year's Shell Ocean Discovery XPRIZE at the Smithsonian's National Museum of American History

Ingrid Daubechies with math mug in front of white board with equations

April 23, 2019

Women in STEM at Duke

Bolstering research and education in STEM fields is a top priority at Duke

Ken Gall

April 22, 2019

Gall Named Associate Dean for Entrepreneurship

Ken Gall has been named Duke Engineering's first associate dean for entrepreneurship to help faculty, staff and students positively impact the world through their work

A model of the New Engineering Building (center, in red) and nearby Duke buildings, used in wind tunnel modeling to determine optimum lab exhaust speeds. Photo courtesy of AEI.

April 19, 2019

New Engineering Building Will Lead in Sustainability, Low Energy Use

From roof to basement, the project sets a high level of achievement in sustainable design.

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