Research Week 2021

The inaugural Duke Research Week was held virtually from Monday, January 25 through Friday, January 29, 2021. Joining virtually in celebration of Duke faculty and students' novel research accomplishments, Duke Research Week 2021 was a week-long program of 12 events beginning with a panel discussion on how Duke's surveillance testing has kept campus safe during COVID-19. Topics such as voting in the presidential election, new tools for researchers, and the technologies, inventions, and novel ideas that illustrate the breadth of Duke research were also covered. A full list of all events can be found below.

View all Research Week presentations here.

Read more about the week-long program on Duke Today here.

 

Day 1

Innovative Methods for SARS-CoV-2 Testing and Modeling Cover

Innovative Methods for SARS-CoV-2 Testing and Modeling

Watch presentation

 

Young Voters in the 2020 Presidential Election and Beyond Cover

Young Voters in the 2020 Presidential Election and Beyond

Watch presentation

 

Day 2

 Your Connection to All Things Research at Duke Cover

myRESEARCHsuite: Your Connection to All Things Research at Duke

Watch presentation

 

 Building Blocks in Nature and in Mathematics Cover

Daubechies Lecture 2021: Waves: Building Blocks in Nature and in Mathematics

Watch presentation

 

Graduate Student Sloan Scholars and Postdoc Talks Cover

Graduate Student Sloan Scholars and Postdoc Talks

Watch presentation

 

Day 3

Announcing the Winners of the 2021 Impact Challenge FlyRDU Cover

Announcing the Winners of the 2021 Impact Challenge FlyRDU

Watch presentation

 

Undergraduate Student Research Poster Competition

Undergraduate Student Research Poster Competition

Watch presentation

 

 Fundamentals of the Scientific Process Cover

Research Town Hall: Fundamentals of the Scientific Process: From Formulating the Research Question To Study Design and Data Collection

Watch presentation

 

Annual Invented At Duke Celebration Cover

Annual Invented at Duke Celebration

Watch presentation

 

Day 4

The Duke Quantum Center Cover

The Duke Quantum Center

Watch presentation

 

Decoding and Programming the Human Genome with CRISPR Technologies Cover

Decoding and Programming the Human Genome with CRISPR Technologies

Watch presentation

 

Day 5

AI Health Cover

AI Health

Watch presentation