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A. James Clark Scholars at Duke University

September 13, 2022 | A. James & Alice B. Clark Foundation

Duke Welcomes Newest Clark Scholars from 8 US States, Australia and Ghana

Through tight-knit cohorts, the unique endowed program provides financial aid, dedicated advising, a summer bridge program, and opportunities for research and entrepreneurship.

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July 1, 2022 | Duke Engineering News

Duke Technology Launches PFAS-Destroying Waste Treatment Company to Nasdaq

Based on supercritical water oxidation waste treatment technology invented on Duke’s campus, 374Water rings Nasdaq’s bell

Sanyin Siang

June 3, 2022 | The Economic Times

The Building Blocks of Transformational Leadership: An Interview With Duke's Sanyin Siang

Sanyin Siang E'96, is a respected executive coach and an adjunct associate professor in Duke's Master of Engineering Management program.

Drop at the end of a pipette

May 19, 2022 | Company Statement

Post-Doc-Founded QATCH Technologies Receives $1.5M SBIR Phase II Grant

The grant from the NIH aids further development and commercialization of nanovisQ™, a technology that speeds injectibility screening of new biopharmaceutical formulations

Duke graduates in cap and gowns

May 11, 2022 | Duke Engineering News

Duke's Inaugural Class of A. James Clark Scholars Graduate With Rave Reviews

The intensive undergraduate scholarship program launched at Duke in 2018 focuses on leadership, service, and business and entrepreneurship

microglassification particles

April 21, 2022 | NC Biotechnology Center

Duke Engineering Spinout Lindy Biosciences Raises $3.2 Million

Duke PhD graduate Deborah Bitterfield is commercializing a microglassification dehydration process developed in the laboratory of David Needham (Duke MEMS)

An early generation prototype of the tympanometer device that can modulate pressure, generate sound, and measure the reflected sound from the tympanic membrane

April 20, 2022 | MEDx

Duke BME designers develop a new tool to inexpensively diagnose hearing loss in children

A team of Duke physicians and BME Design Fellows invented a tympanometer for resource-limited settings

woman with long dark hair holding microphone on stage with Runway of Dream Foundation @ Duke University sign as backdrop

April 20, 2022 | Duke Innovation & Entrepreneurship Initiative

Duke Mechanical Engineering Student Brings Disability Representation to the Runway

Emma Steadman E'22 combined engineering skill, disability advocacy and teamwork with models in the disability community

stacks of 3D printers

April 6, 2022 | Duke Engineering News

The Student Experience at Duke: From Tool Shop Neophytes to Madcap Creators

Duke’s makerspaces transform students into confident builders, no matter where they start

restor3d planning image

March 17, 2022 | WRAL Techwire

Faculty-Founded Startup restor3d Raises $14M From 147 investors

The medical device company, which is commercializing technology developed by Duke MEMS's Ken Gall, made the disclosure in an SEC filing

Bus tire crosses a sensor pad

March 4, 2022 | Duke OTC

Bridgestone Invests in Duke Faculty-Founded Tyrata

Tyrata licensed tire sensor technology developed by Duke ECE's Aaron Franklin

Purple lines converging on either side on top of a row of columns and blocks

February 10, 2022 | Duke Engineering News

Duke University and IonQ Develop New Quantum Computing Gate, Only Possible on IonQ and Duke Systems

Researchers discover a new method to perform the N-qubit Toffoli gate, a more efficient quantum operation helpful in scaling quantum algorithms

Three young men study around a table

January 27, 2022 | Duke Engineering News

Duke Engineering Teams with Durham Success Summit to Provide Entrepreneurial Training to Local Youths

Christensen Family Center partners with Duke graduate’s 12-week mentorship experience for young Black men in Durham

A woman on a Zoom call holding a medical colostomy bag

January 12, 2022 | Duke Research Blog

LowCostomy: the Low-Cost Colostomy Bag for Africa

An EGR 101 project looks to engineer a low-cost colostomy bag for use in under-resourced Sub-Saharan Africa

Men in army fatigues shake hands with men in suits

December 17, 2021 | Duke Today

Duke Signs Educational Partnership With U.S. Army 18th Airborne Corps

Agreement seeks to bring innovation to the military, increase learning and research opportunities for Duke faculty & students