Former Duke graduate student Gabe Yapuncich and assistant professor of evolutionary anthropology Doug Boyer are making 3-D X-ray scans of dozens of lemurs and other rare and endangered primates. Photos by Megan Mendenhall; design by Jon Fuller.
X-ray scanning immortalizes endangered primates in the digital afterlife, in 3-D
Grendel the Aye-Aye
Natural antifungal in fruit believed to cause heart damage
plasmonic parrots
New technology creates images beyond visible spectrum on a single chip
Lin Whichard
Two Duke teams involved in $170 million national effort

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