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Attendees at the 2019 Triangle Soft Matter Workshop

May 16, 2019

Triangle Soft Matter Workshop Continues to Grow

Annual workshop has helped establish the Triangle as a destination for soft matter research

titanium scaffold

May 08, 2019

Bespoke Bones

Ken Gall uses a patient's CT scans to customize a 3D-printed titanium implant

Various configurations of structures made of spherical nanoparticles floating in two differently colored layers of liquid

March 26, 2019

Layered Liquids Arrange Nanoparticles into Useful Configurations

A new “oil-and-vinegar” approach could prove useful to applications in optics, plasmonics, electronics and multi-stage chemical catalysis.

long plastic device with what looks like different staircases etched in

March 07, 2019

“Meta-Mirror” Reflects Sound Waves in Any Direction

New device perfectly controls the angle of reflection of sound waves

A computer rendering of a field of short cylinders hovering above a flat surface

February 15, 2019

Researchers Discover Anti-Laser Masquerading as Perfect Absorber

With a tweak of only 0.3 millimeters, a material designed to absorb all light of a specific color demands the waves be synchronized as well

Cate Brinson, the Sharon C and Harold L Yoh III Professor of Mechanical Engineering and Materials Science

February 13, 2019

Liberating Data to Discover New Polymer Nanocomposites and Metamaterials

New $5 million project aims to build an organized, searchable framework complete with analytical and predictive tools for materials discovery

graphic showing red, green and blue light coming into a small, flat device and creating a three-color projection of a bird

January 24, 2019

Multicolor Holography Technology Could Enable Extremely Compact 3D Displays

Lens-free holography method could bring color 3D displays to augmented reality glasses and smartphones

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November 28, 2018

Seven Duke Engineers Named to 2018 Highly Cited Researchers List

Duke Engineering can claim seven of its faculty members as the most influential researchers in the world

atomic block

November 26, 2018

Disordered Materials Could Be Hardest, Most Heat-Tolerant Ever

Computational simulations predict new class of carbides that could disrupt industries from machinery to aerospace

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November 01, 2018

Atomic Path from Insulator to Metal Messier than Thought

Utrafast view of atomic motions in vanadium dioxide lays groundwork for advances in computer hardware

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