2022 in Review: Highlighting Duke Research and Innovation
From the global climate challenge to understanding human health and developing new materials, Duke University Research & Innovation empowered the boldest thinkers to come up with new solutions.
- An artificial soft surface adapts and reshapes itself to match a wide array of objects and motions
- Researchers watch lemurs fatten up for hibernation
- Researchers develop a new gene-based test for measuring your rate of aging
- A rash of kidney disease in Sri Lanka is being traced to climate change and water contamination.
- Cells in your gut can tell the difference between real sugar and Splenda.
- Duke scientists may be able to ‘climate-proof’ plants by boosting their immune systems against warming temperatures.
- American baby boomers lost some IQ points because of lead exposure.
- Eye imaging technology could help robots and cars see better
- A synthetic gel developed at Duke outperforms real knee cartilage.