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Recent research highlights from our 12 schools and seven signature institutes, plus a few other places. Please use the filter check-boxes below to narrow your search.

shotgun marriage is on the rise among some groups
Nov 2, 2016
Some people still want to get married before the baby is born
A large herder family lives in a trio of traditional yurts on the Mongolian steppe.
Nov 1, 2016
Students capture ticks, rodents, horses, camels, sheep, goats and yaks on the steppe
Oct 6, 2016
Sep 27, 2016
Stock Market Visualization
Sep 1, 2016
Duke biology professor Fred Nijhout received the international Kowalevsky Medal for his insights into insect development and evolution. Photo by Megan Mendenhall, Duke Photography.
Aug 24, 2016
Duke professor wins international award for developmental biology
Are some Durham neighborhoods pricing people out?
Aug 17, 2016
Mapping the winners and losers in Durham’s business and real estate revival
Aug 3, 2016
Shape-shifting may explain why DNA is such a great blueprint for life
Aug 2, 2016