Duke-supported private reserve is one man's lifeboat of biodiversity
Despite ‘Truly Terrifying’ Stats, Researchers Believe Future Risks Can be Reduced
Memorable field trip caps student's Miami experience
Chemicals in dust are as concentrated as in sewage sludge.
This list shows how flame retardants affect humans and animals.
Summer projects led to co-authorship of two Science papers
Paleo-anthropologist finds himself in a three million year old argument
Improving care for people with sickle cell disease in the emergency department
A new laser system aids art conservation and restoration.
Physicists and their students play a critical role in new particle discovery.
Citizen scientists to use social media to document ecosystems and development in Western Australia.
Duke scientists and students create a new model for a portable, digital textbook -- with movies.
Undergrads stop by CERN for a tour
Undergrad gets a shot at the world's largest physics experiment
The public's understanding of engineering is poor, but one student is hoping ballet can give the field a leg up.