Duke biology professor Fred Nijhout received the international Kowalevsky Medal for his insights into insect development and evolution. Photo by Megan Mendenhall, Duke Photography.
Duke professor wins international award for developmental biology
Are some Durham neighborhoods pricing people out?
Mapping the winners and losers in Durham’s business and real estate revival
Shape-shifting may explain why DNA is such a great blueprint for life
Robotic Motion Planning
New processor helps robots quickly map future movements

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Research Blog

by Kara Manke
September 27, 2016
No parking spot? No problem. A group of students has teamed up with Duke Parking and Transportation...
by Karl Bates
September 23, 2016
The old joke is, “We’ve cured cancer several times — in mice!” But the trouble with our...
by Robin Smith
September 22, 2016
Duke evolutionary anthropology professor Brian Hare studies what goes on in the minds of animals....