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David Beratan, Duke University Chemistry professor

May 07, 2021 | Duke Chemistry

David Beratan Receives the Morley Medal

The Cleveland Section of the ACS has named Professor David Beratan the recipient of the 2021 Edward Morley Medal in recognition of his many contributions to the fields of computational and theoretical chemistry

May 04, 2021 | Duke Today

Stapleton and Meyer Study Environmental Justice, Racism in American South

DMI Sustainable Materials faculty members Heather Stapleton and Joel Meyer join Duke colleagues to study Chemical Industries, Environmental Justice and the Global History of Race in the American South as part of Duke's anti-racism efforts

Stephen Zauscher

April 29, 2021 | Duke Today

Zauscher to Chair Search Committee for New Pratt School Dean

Pratt School Professor Stefan Zauscher will chair a 15-person committee that will conduct a search for the new Vinik Dean of the Pratt School of Engineering

Magnify magazine air pollution graphic

April 28, 2021 | Magnify, Duke School of Medicine

We Are What We Breathe

DMI member Joel Meyer is part of an interdisciplinary research group at Duke devoted to better understanding the connection between health, climate change, and air pollution.

A computer-generated image of a transistor

April 26, 2021 | Duke Engineering News

Researchers Demonstrate Fully Recyclable Printed Electronics

New technique reclaims nearly 100% of all-carbon-based transistors while retaining future functionality of the materials

Three separate images of three students, two males and one female

April 21, 2021 | Duke Engineering News

Pursuing Research: 2021 Pratt Fellows

A glimpse into the projects pursued by three Pratt Undergraduate Research Fellows and the lessons provided by their experience

 Chelsea Fries

April 14, 2021 | Duke Engineering News

Self-Assembling Nanofibers Prevent Damage from Inflammation

Nanomaterials strategically activate the immune system to fight inflammation as effectively as current standard therapeutics

Krystle Agans tests the D4 assay and the D4Scope in a BSL-4 lab at the Galveston National Laboratory at the University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston.

April 07, 2021 | Duke Engineering News

Ultrasensitive, Rapid Diagnostic Detects Ebola Earlier Than Gold Standard Test

Portable platform detects early biomarkers of the Ebola virus faster than PCR, the current industry standard

Hengming Li and Gianna Tutoni of Duke University

April 05, 2021

Li and Tutoni Win NSF Graduate Research Fellowships

Hengming Li and Gianna Tutoni are among 18 PhD students at Duke who won National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowships

April 01, 2021 | Duke Graduate School

Franklin Wins Dean's Award for Excellence in Mentoring

Aaron Franklin, the Addy Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering and Chemistry, is honored for his eagerness to foster academic and professional growth within his lab

A dragonfly-shaped robot lit up in neon colors on a black background

March 25, 2021 | Duke Engineering News

Soft Robotic Dragonfly Signals Environmental Disruptions

Electronics-free DraBot uses air pressure, microarchitectures and self-healing hydrogels to watch for changes in pH, temperature and oil

Artist rendition of a pile of eight-sided structures with red dots at their corners

March 15, 2021 | Duke Engineering News

Twisting, Flexible Crystals Key to Solar Energy Production

Researchers show how shapes and movements of halide perovskites create desirable renewable energy properties

David Beratan, Duke University Department of Chemistry

March 15, 2021

Beratan Wins Cozzarelli Prize

Duke chemist David Beratan and colleagues have won the 2020 Cozzarelli Prize for Physical and Mathematical Sciences awarded by the National Academy of Sciences

A series of different colored panels each representing pulling a different piece of data from light

March 10, 2021 | Duke Engineering News

Capturing All of Light’s Data in One Snapshot

Duke engineers to lead $7.5 million Department of Defense project to create a “super camera” that can capture and process a wide range of light’s properties

Several people walking through a scanning device consisting of small walls

March 08, 2021 | Duke Engineering News

Duke AI Security Screening Start-up Goes Public Via SPAC Deal

Startup based on Duke security scanning technology will go public in a deal that values the company at about $1.7 billion

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