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Adrian Bejan

June 20, 2018

How Physics Explains the Evolution of Social Organization

Constructal law reveals how people come together to have greater access to scarce resources

Duke graduate and former Duke Smart Home director Mark Younger, right, talks at the home's 10th anniversary celebration in April

June 11, 2018

Duke Smart Home Celebrates 10 Years

Campus fixture spurs a decade of sustainability and technology ideas

Duke graduate students help a rural Mexican community develop a renewable energy strategy and a business plan for sustainable ecotourism

May 31, 2018

Duke Students Share Skills with a Rural Mexican Community to Strengthen Ecotourism

Mechanical Engineering and Environment graduate students team up to help a rural Mexican community develop a renewable energy strategy and a business plan for sustainable ecotourism

Christine Payne and Scott McKinley

May 30, 2018

Mathematics-Bioscience Partnership to Explore Cellular Transport

Duke MEMS’s Christine Payne brings bioscience expertise to new $10 million center seeking to better understand the relationship between mathematics and biology

One of the first-year design teams works to develop a new model for training nurses how to insert a needle to draw blood.

May 29, 2018

Duke Engineering Design Class and Pod

From the 2018 DukEngineer Magazine, a new first-year student experience is catching positive reviews from its first semesters

Senior Mechanical Engineering students teamed up with General Motors to design cleaning systems for cameras and LIDAR sensors used in autonomous vehicles

May 25, 2018

General Motors and Duke Team Up to Take on AV Sensor Cleaning

A team of five senior Mechanical Engineering students bring a fresh approach to keeping cameras and sensors on autonomous vehicles clean

crowd from STEM Day at Duke on stairway

May 24, 2018

Girls STEM Day @ Duke Fuels the STEM Pipeline

More than 100 Triangle Women in STEM professionals showed more than 100 girls and their parents that a career in STEM is within their grasp

carolina blue aerobatics plane

May 17, 2018

Aerobatics Combine Art and Aerodynamics

Professor Kenneth Hall takes his love of aerodynamics and aviation to the skies in local aerobatics competitions

Interior of The Chesterfield, a former cigarette factory transformed into a major new space in downtown Durham, NC, for medical and engineering research and entrepreneurship.

May 15, 2018

The Chesterfield Re-Engineered: Collaborative Space for High-Impact Discovery and Entrepreneurship Opens

Collaborative ties between Duke University’s schools of engineering and medicine, and between Duke and its hometown, are stronger than ever with the opening of The Chesterfield.

Duke Engineering students take a selfie during Commencement 2018

May 11, 2018

Duke Engineering Celebrates Class of 2018

Duke Engineering recognized more than 600 undergraduate and graduate engineering students at a series of ceremonies and celebrations during the 2018 commencement weekend, May 11-13

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