A 3D printer printing out an orange headband for a face shield

April 03, 2020

Solving Pressing Challenges: 3D Printing of Medical Grade Face Shields

Duke's COVID-19 engineering response team springs into action

Three rows of 3D printers stretching across an entire room

March 31, 2020

Guilleminot Receives NSF CAREER Award to Develop Modeling Frameworks and Tools

Competitive five-year grant will support the creation of computational models and software that could help innovators disrupt various markets through 3D-printed products

 Daniel Luo, Shreyas Hegde, Filippo Screpanti and Courtney Johnson together before social distancing precautions went into effect.

March 31, 2020

A Campaign About Wellness, A Lesson in Leadership

Looking for ways to maintain your mental and physical health in the time of coronavirus and social distancing? You could try some no-equipment workouts. Or visit a virtual museum. Or take some free online courses. Those are just a few of the wellness resources you will find from [...]

Man and woman at computers in a library

March 30, 2020

Data at a Distance

Like a lot of other folks, stay-at-home scientists find themselves working in the company of pets and children


March 26, 2020

Remote Doctoral Defenses Bring Surprising Benefits

Duke Engineering PhD candidates experience the bright side of having to shift to online dissertation defenses

A garage with stacks of engineering supplies

March 24, 2020

Engineering Classes Move Online

Duke Engineering faculty members are quickly innovating new ways of delivering their coursework online

A graph with an S-shaped curve straddling a straight line

March 24, 2020

The Physics That Drives Periodic Economic Downturns

The physics behind saving, investment and the time-dependent movement of spreading over an area reveals why all good things must come to an end

MEMS Chair Cate Brinson

March 04, 2020

Women’s History Month: Reflections from Duke Women

From Working@Duke The idea of celebrating Women’s History Month is rooted in education.  In 1978, the Education Task Force of Sonoma County, California, organized a “Women’s History Week,” according to the National Women’s History Museum. The idea ignited similar celebrations across the county that [...]

Adrian Bejan (left) and Hon. Philippe Étienne (right)

February 25, 2020

Ambassador Inducts Bejan as Knight of the French Order of Academic Palms

Duke professor receives one of the oldest and most prestigious honors presented to academics by the French government

Ken Hall next to the NAE emblem

February 10, 2020

Hall Elected a Member of the National Academy of Engineering

Duke mechanical engineering professor recognized for three decades of contributions to aerodynamics and aeromechanics

Four men stand with a giant check in front of the NFL 1st and Future logo

February 05, 2020

Duke Student Startup Wins $50,000 NFL 1st and Future Innovation Challenge

Formed by three Duke Engineers on Duke’s football team, Protect3d uses 3D scanners and printers to produce anatomically precise protective devices