Neon green cubes on a black surface (left) and neon red cubs on a black surface (right)

November 18, 2019

Organic Sandwiches Create Quantum Wells for Next Generation Electronics

Computational models created by Duke Engineers help researchers probe the properties of a new class of hybrid perovskite materials

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November 13, 2019

Historic $261 Million Distribution to Benefit Education, Research, Financial Aid at Duke

Four-decade relationship with LORD Corporation leads to support for Duke Engineering, student financial aid

Duke Engineering and MEDx offer free weekend workshops for Duke faculty, staff and students that bring in subject-matter experts—such as these six 2019-2020 workshop series speakers.

November 10, 2019

The 2019-20 Entrepreneur’s Workshop Series

Duke Engineering and MEDx offer free weekend workshops for Duke faculty, staff and students

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November 05, 2019

Physics of Windshield-Cracking Raindrops Could Demolish Kidney Stones

New models of a phenomenon first seen in the circular cracking of supersonic jet windshields flying through rain could point to better approaches of pulverizing kidney stones

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

A group of people standing around in a cement-floor research space

October 14, 2019

Duke Robotics Points to North Carolina’s Future in Autonomous Technologies

Officials from North Carolina state agencies visit Duke Robotics to learn potential opportunities and pitfalls of autonomous technologies

A wrist with a lightweight, 3D-printed wrist reaching for a machine

September 17, 2019

Designing and 3D-Printing a Better Brace

Duke Engineering senior Anuj Thakkar and mechanical engineer/teaching assistant Atanaz Bohlooli design, modify and test a 3D-printed cast for Anuj's wrist

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

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

DMREF awardees

September 09, 2019

DNA-Based Nanobots Earn Duke MEMS Its Fifth DMREF Award for Materials Science

Collaborative work on “Designing Materials that Revolutionize and Engineer our Future” now totals more than $7.5 million