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Video: Micro-Robot Ballet

Computer scientists' creations dance on a 1 millimeter stage.


'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: A daring transplant for the youngest patients

Thymus tissue gives immune system a life-saving boost

Video: Health Disparities and Social Change

Sherman James discusses social change and health disparities.

Video: Cell division caught in the act

Artificial system shows forces that divide bacteria

Video: Parent Games

Parents are more strict with first-borns -- for a reason.

Video: Lesley Chapman in the lab

Research experience opens a whole new world

Video: A Senior Thesis on Brain Development

Maggie Lin studied her own hypothesis

Video: Human Performance Lab

Ordinary walking becomes data in high tech lab.

Video: Chain of Command

"Value chain analysis" at the Center on Globalization, Governance, and Competitiveness finds hidden players with the largest effect on the environmental impact of housing.

Video: “What is a cancer vaccine?”

John Sampson responds in this one question interview.

Video: “Who’s Afraid of Flu?”

English professor Priscilla Wald on why we fear Ebola more than Flu.

Video: Baboon Dad’s Attention Helps His Kids

Professor Susan Alberts observed baboon families at the foot of Mt. Kilimanjaro.

Video: Science Sensei

ScienCentral's light-hearted look at Duke's invisibility cloak

Video: Monkey Mind Control

The brain waves of a monkey in the U.S. move the legs of a robot in Japan

Video: Lemurs celebrate 10 Years in the Wild

Of 13 captive-bred white-ruffed lemurs reintroduced to Madagascar a decade ago, three are still going strong.

Video: Teaching About the Brain on Drugs

Professor Rochelle Schwartz-Bloom and colleague Gayle Gross de Nunez created an animated video to explain the neuroscience of drugs.


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