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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.
Moffitt and Caspi explore how genes and environment influence mental health.
Wave-like pulses of gene expression lay out the future architecture of roots.
Duke forest testing sites measure carbon absorption in real-world conditions.
Duke researchers discover sea urchin's entire body acts as an eye
Anatomist and anthropologist Daniel Schmitt talks about our unusal gait.
Duke study builds a child's tolerance by gradual exposure to the proteins that trigger food alergy.
A novel technology for delivering nicotine to the lungs may soon give smokers a leg-up on quitting.
New facility improves living conditions for rare and endangered animals.
Alan Alda unwittingly becomes a research subject at Duke.
Bill Chameides describes the massive Hudson River cleanup.
Ultracold physics experiment has surprising result
One of world's greatest collections of primate history
Jo Rae Wright on Surfactants
Durham students' robots compete at Duke
Health System CEO's Lab Exploring Stem Cell Therapies