The future of physics is being shaped in a concrete tunnel 574 feet beneath the border of France and Switzerland—and Duke is playing an important role.
A report scrutinizing the budget and conduct of the National Science Foundation may be called into question itself.
Walking down Coal Pile Drive, students were once greeted by a heap of coal that rivaled the height of the nearby Bryan Research Center.
Medical students, hospital visitors and patients will see the beginnings of a newly constructed medical campus upon their return to Duke this Fall.
Kids have found a new wonderland—not in Disney movies, but in the world of computer programming.
Lost and found isn’t so straightforward anymore. Anxiety and high-pressure environments specifically hinder one’s ability to find a second item in a dual-target visual search.
As a forerunner in medical research, Duke is leading a new initiative to reform and regulate clinical trials.
Strobe effects are no longer just for the dance floor.
Studying with a highly motivated friend may not be as inspiring as many students may think, according to a recent study.
Some types of water can now sustain fires, instead of putting them out.
Some might say the Duke School of Nursing is often one of the most forgotten aspects of the University, but an alumnus’ recent donation is bringing the School’s “unbelievable trajectory” the...
Researchers at Duke are attempting to draw lessons from the highly publicized missteps of one of their own.