Category: Duke Innovations

Researchers pioneer handheld, 3D, and inter-surgical use of optical coherence tomography in pediatric settings

October 24, 2017

Duke Innovations Duke team creates tools to capture real-time images of the retina

Researchers pioneer handheld, 3D, and inter-surgical use of optical coherence...

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Concept in search ideas.

June 20, 2018

Duke Innovations Press Releases United States Issues Patent Number 10,000,000

[Originally posted by the US Patent Office, June 19, 2018]...

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Junjie Yao

December 19, 2018

Duke Innovations Biotechnology Engineering Duke News Awards Yao Receives IEEE’s 2019 Young Investigator Award

Yao recognized for his innovative work in the field of...

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dial device prototype

August 12, 2019

Duke Innovations Engineering Hungry for Innovation: Notable Project Stems from MEDx Dinner

On a chilly December evening in Durham guests arrived at...

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a masked ashutosh chilkoti holds a clear plastic divided into segments with a gloved hand.

April 29, 2020

COVID-19 Duke Innovations Biotechnology Duke Engineers Adapt Rapid Testing Platform to See If It Can Catch COVID-19

Biomedical engineers adapt simple, low-cost platform to diagnose the new...

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polarean imaging in use for patient during MRI

October 15, 2020

Duke Innovations Medicine Innovation Duke News Start-ups Polarean Files NDA for Lung Diagnostic, Possible COVID-19 Aid

Polarean, a Duke University spinout, is another step closer to...

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IonQ computing components

January 23, 2019

Engineering IonQ Chooses Onshape’s Cloud CAD Platform for Quantum Computer Design

IonQ, the pioneer developer of the world’s most powerful quantum...

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October 16, 2019

Engineering Start-ups Realtime Robotics scores $11.7M Series A to help robots avoid collisions

One of the major challenges facing engineers as they develop...

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Infants in the Duke Neonatal-Perinatal Research Unit receive intensive care while also contributing to research studies on how to better treat neonatal health issues

November 13, 2018

Research Medicine Battling Brain Injury, Part 2: A personal quest to reverse cell damage

Check out Part 1 of this series for the stories...

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neural interfaces chip folded into a tube shape

April 11, 2020

Biotechnology Research Protecting Thin, Flexible Brain Interfaces from the Human Body

Researchers have demonstrated the ability to implant an ultrathin, flexible...

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