Hacking Your Brain: A Look at the Legal and Ethical Implications
Emerging technologies are challenging conventions every day, whether it’s reproductive techniques and tools that enable us to engineer healthier babies, or brain scans in courtrooms to better understand criminal behavior.
Duke’s School of Medicine receives grant from National Institute for Nursing Research
Duke University and the University of Colorado schools of medicine have received a $10 million grant from the National Institute for Nursing Research for work on palliative care.
Mercury & mosquitoes: How Duke helped a student discover her passion for the environment
More on her story at Duke Forward in Miami on February 8.
Consumer psych 101: Why we buy what we buy
Duke professor Gavan Fitzsimons has found that a lot of consumer decision making actually occurs outside of conscious awareness.
Giving back: How I&E inspired one student to start two businesses
Tito Bohrt ’13 is putting his money—$10,000 of it—where his mouth is. Find out why.
Mind-controlled prostheses offer hope for disabled
A mechanical exoskeleton controlled by the brain? Duke researcher leads efforts to create robotic suit to help stroke victims, car crash survivors, injured soldiers, and others hampered by incapacitated or missing limbs.
Duke Forward takes flight in the City of Angels
Duke Forward in L.A.: New York Times best-selling authors, China and finance gurus, and record crowds and high-energy engagement.
The Arts, The Duke Way
Four questions with award-winning composer Patrick Williams '61, Hon. '01.
What can you do with a finance background? More than you think.
A finance minor or concentration can lead to an interesting array of professional options, from teaching to government.
Duke Forward Blows into Chicago
Brain science, athletics, art history, and educational innovations share the program with Duke’s Nobel Prize winner.