Video: Teaching About the Brain on Drugs
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.
Duke lab seeks volunteer pooches to play fun, problem-solving games
Duke research informs the Green Jobs conference
In a one-question interview, Adrienne Stiff-Roberts explains quantum dots and how they are used
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
Mohamed Noor uses fruitflies to crack an enduring mystery of evolution
Anthropologist's study of feline gait finds it profoundly inefficient
Tireless lab workers speed the new biology
Interaction maps show order and disorder
Chay Kuo seeks repair for brain injuries
Non-invasive 3-D scan is a "virtual biopsy"
A rare baby aye-aye lemur is born at Duke
Combining clinical characteristics with a genomic profile may provide important information for predicting a patient's prognosis.
A Duke senior creates a 3-D, virtual Medieval cathedral
Dr. Markert explains how a new immune system is built.
Thymus tissue gives immune system a life-saving boost