Duke biology professor Fred Nijhout received the international Kowalevsky Medal for his insights into insect development and evolution. Photo by Megan Mendenhall, Duke Photography.
Duke professor wins international award for developmental biology
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by Robin Smith
August 25, 2016
The dividing red spots in this time-lapse video belong to a busily developing fruit fly embryo. A...
by Robin Smith
August 17, 2016
When a 2015 national report on gentrification released its results for the nation’s 50 largest...
by Kara Manke
August 12, 2016
For particle physicists, “expect the unexpected” is more than just a catchy tagline. Duke...