Duke MEMS in the News

Check out the latest media coverage of Duke mechanical engineering and materials science research and education.

The Science Advisory Board |

Sound Waves Sort Extracellular Vesicles to Enable Liquid Biopsies, Regenerative Therapies

Featuring Tony Jun Huang

The Atlantic |

The Transcendent Brain

Featuring Adrian Bejan

Popular Mechanics |

Want to Build the Perfect Bonfire? All You Need Is a Little Bit of Math

Featuring Adrian Bejan

US Department of Energy |

Uncovering the Atomic Mechanism Underpinning Heat Transport in Thermoelectric Materials

Featuring Olivier Delaire

Engineering and Technology |

Lab-Made Gel That Outperforms Cartilage Paves Way for Next-Gen Knee Operations

Featuring Ken Gall

Popular Science |

A Self-Aware Robot Taught Itself How to Use Its Body

Featuring Boyuan Chen

New Scientist |

Why Does Time Fly or Drag? How Emotions Warp Our Temporal Perceptions

Featuring Adrian Bejan

Architect |

Graphene: A 'Supermaterial' Future

Featuring Po-Chun Hsu

Materials Today |

Model Predicts New Dimension for Metal Oxides

Featuring Stefano Curtarolo

New Atlas |

Eco-Friendly Plastics Made From Sugars Boast “Unprecedented” Properties

Featuring Matthew Becker