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'Quantum jitters' may drive DNA, RNA mutations

Fleeting change in DNA, RNA basepairs could account for mutations

One-Way Ticket ... to MARS!

Duke Senior Laurel Kaye is one of 100 finalists with a shot at colonizing the red planet.

Duke Makes World's First Lab-Grown Human Muscle

Bioengineers make working human muscle in a lab dish.

Video: Ariely at TED conference, Feb. 2009

Behavioral economist Dan Ariely studies the bugs in our moral code.

Video: What Do Dogs Understand?

Duke lab seeks volunteer pooches to play fun, problem-solving games

Video: Good Green Jobs

Duke research informs the Green Jobs conference

Video: What’s a Quantum Dot?

In a one-question interview, Adrienne Stiff-Roberts explains quantum dots and how they are used

Video: Tree Toppling for Science

To study how blown-down trees change the dynamics of an ecosystem, Nicholas School professor Jim Clark's team deliberately pulls down parts of the Duke Forest

Video: Darwin’s Work Continues

Mohamed Noor uses fruitflies to crack an enduring mystery of evolution

Video: Cat on a Hot Treadmill

Anthropologist's study of feline gait finds it profoundly inefficient

Video: RoboBio

Tireless lab workers speed the new biology

Video: Class Actions

Interaction maps show order and disorder

Video: Stem Cells at Duke

Chay Kuo seeks repair for brain injuries

Video: Scan Shows Cause of Blurred Vision

Non-invasive 3-D scan is a "virtual biopsy"

Video: Eek! It’s Ichabod

A rare baby aye-aye lemur is born at Duke

Video: Genomic profiling of breast cancer

Combining clinical characteristics with a genomic profile may provide important information for predicting a patient's prognosis.

Video: Animating Architecture

A Duke senior creates a 3-D, virtual Medieval cathedral

Video: Louise Markert’s Little Schoolhouse

Dr. Markert explains how a new immune system is built.

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