Duke's Labs Are Back in Business, but in a New Way

June 12, 2020

The herculean efforts to re-start Duke's campus and medical school research laboratories are nearly complete

From Duke Today by Karl Bates

A man in a mask and gloves works at a bench with a lot of electrical and optical equipment

Postdoc Stephen Crain of the Jungsang Kim lab looks at quantum computing equipment in the Chesterfield Building.

The herculean efforts to re-start Duke’s campus and medical school research laboratories are nearly complete.

Thousands of lab workers, kept from their benches and equipment for months by the COVID pandemic, are shaking off the cobwebs and getting back to work generating data. But with some significant differences.

In a feature from Duke Today showcasing the efforts taking shape campus-wide, the laboratories of Tatiana Segura, professor of biomedical engineering, and Jungsang Kim, professor of electrical and computer engineering, are highlighted. Take a look at how these two labs and others from across Duke's campus are staying safe while getting their research booted back up.