A team of Duke scholars and students spent this summer at two historic sites in Italy and helped to uncover two Roman Empire-era facilities: a public building and an amphitheater.
It takes a well-trained eye to spot an irregular heartbeat in an electrocardiogram or distinguish an original van Gogh from a fake, but applied mathematician Ingrid Daubechies has developed ways for computers to do the spotting.
What can we learn about ourselves and our world through dance?
2016 Sudler Prize Winner Kari Barclay tasks politics and theater with making a difference
Duke student of environmental studies will join peripatetic artist Torkwase Dyson in community-based project
After suffering a serious concussion, violinist Jennifer Koh developed a profound interest in brain function. During her residency at Duke she visited the Duke class Music and the Brain for a chat and the Duke-UNC Brain Imaging and Analysis Center for a scan.
2014 Sudler Prize winner Wenjia Xu's string quartet traces an arc from hydrogen to DNA
Duke students find ways to connect with Miró masterpieces at the Nasher.