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While roofs across the world sport photovoltaic solar panels to convert sunlight into electricity, a Duke University engineer believes a novel hybrid system can wring even more useful energy out of the sun's rays.
Cells are the building blocks of the human body.
Electrical engineers at Duke University have developed a material that allows them to manipulate light in much the same way that electronics manipulate flowing electrons.
Researchers from UC Riverside and Duke University propose a new and less expensive approach to treating depression.
By altering the genetic makeup of normally "unexcitable" cells, Duke University bioengineers have turned them into cells capable of generating and passing electrical current.
Anoles show they can solve novel problem, remember solutions.
Most of the world's "missing" or undiscovered species live in regions already identified by scientists as conservation priorities.
A Duke University graduate student has found a way to double the battery life of mobile devices â€“ such as smartphones or laptop computers â€“ by making changes to WiFi technology.
So much for tagging photographs with names, locations and activities yourself â€“ a new cell phone application can take care of that for you.
- A woman chauffeur.
- A woman who operates an automobile.