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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.
Online testing of doggy smarts is also a citizen science project.
Students engage in a 21st Century "Grand Challenges" curriculum.
Undergraduates present their research findings at annual conference
Caribbean lizards keep traits from their founders even after years of adaptation to their environment.
The Visualization Friday Forum is a weekly update
Japatella heathi can change its appearance in a blink.
Medical Center basic science researchers share work at conference
ABC News highlights Duke Global Health's work around the world
More than half of all Duke undergraduates are able to perform hands-on research with faculty mentors.
DukeEngage students having fun restoring Louisiana wetlands.
Eric Finkelstein talks about global health research in Singapore