Research by Wanggi Jaung, assistant professor of environmental policy at Duke Kunshan, has revealed ways digital forests could be created that would have a positive influence on people’s attitudes to the environment.
Peng Sun, Luyao Zhang and Zhenghui Huo have received funds from the National Natural Science Foundation towards studies covering mathematics, transportation and blockchain.
History professor Jesse Olsavsky has published a book on America’s abolition movement, while writing and rhetoric professor Tyler Carter has co-produced an ‘amorphous’ digital work of poetry and art in collaboration with artist Eric Goddard-Scovel.
Research team creates adhesives with anisotropic adhesion behavior - strong grip and easy release – that can be made in a process involving 3D printing and soft lithography.
Study using RNA technology could help with development of treatments for C. diff infection, an antibiotic resistant pathogen that can cause severe diarrhoea, fever and death.
The first undergraduate class signed off with Signature Work projects displaying the kind of problem-solving skills vital for the world beyond graduation.
A DKU research team, in collaboration with other Chinese universities, has uncovered physical characteristics of a semi-conductor material called aluminium indium arsenide alloy that could make it useful for building improved infrared detectors, which are used in a range of technologies including free-space communication and biomedical imaging
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