Stem cells use slender 'wires' to communicate with neighbors, sense environment
Fleeting change in DNA, RNA basepairs could account for mutations
Duke Senior Laurel Kaye is one of 100 finalists with a shot at colonizing the red planet.
Bioengineers make working human muscle in a lab dish.
See the birth of the Moon and a bunch of other cool stuff from the last year!
Duke lab co-leads global genomics project
Undergrads tackle real-world energy efficiency in a massive GM auto plant.
Brittany Wenger -- Fighting cancer with computer code
BWF Science Explorers! learns about circadian rhythms
Visible Thinking 2014 showcases student research
Technique identifies new structure in appetite control
The collision of motorized vehicles, emergency medicine and global health
Ooi Eng Eong of Duke-NUS Graduate Medical School explains his dengue virus work.
Duke Hackathon team converts hand gestures into synthetic speech
Bass Fellows study the changing Peruvian Amazon
Game theorist David McAdams on the arms race with bugs
Marine Lab tinkerers developing a $200 instrument for oceanography.
A graduate student finds that what spiders see is informed by what they smell first.