Events

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Zoom

ALIS and LMCF are presenting a free virtual seminar series about current optical imaging techniques offered and/or developed at the two facilities. The series consists of seminars about the… read more about Lattice Light Sheet Microscopy »

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Bryan Research 103

DUKE SEMINARS IN NEURAL ENGINEERINGFall 2021Erin Purcell, Michigan State UniversityThursday, September 2312:00 - 1:00Bryan Research 103 (and over Zoom) read more about DUKE SEMINARS IN NEURAL ENGINEERING »

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Duke Teaching Observatory

Join Duke physics department members for stargazing through our 10" Schmidt-Cassegrain telescopes at the Duke Teaching Observatory. We will point the telescopes at interesting objects in the sky… read more about Stargazing »

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Two-dimensional (2D) metal halide perovskites (MHPs) are emerging low-cost, high performance semiconductor materials with great promises in optoelectronics and other semiconductor devices. Mechanical… read more about MEMS/MatSci Seminar: Mechanical Properties of Two-Dimensional Metal Halide Perovskites: From Bulk Crystals to Molecular Sheets »

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Fitzpatrick Center Schiciano Auditorium Side B, room 1466

Two-dimensional (2D) metal halide perovskites (MHPs) are emerging low-cost, high performance semiconductor materials with great promises in optoelectronics and other semiconductor devices. Mechanical… read more about MEMS/MatSci Seminar: Mechanical Properties of Two-Dimensional Metal Halide Perovskites: From Bulk Crystals to Molecular Sheets »

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Zoom Link given at registration

The Duke Materials Initiative (DMI) provides a home for a diverse and interdisciplinary science and engineering research community engaged in materials research.The 2021 Annual DMI Symposium is… read more about Duke Soft Matter Workshop »

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Bryan Research 103

Postponed until Spring 2022, date tba. Duke Neurobiology welcomes Gilles Laurent, Ph.D., Director of the Department of Neural Systems and Coding at the Max Planck Institute for Brain Research in… read more about POSTPONED: Ruth K. Broad Seminar »

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Physics 298

In heavy-ion physics, phenomenological models along with hydrodynamics have successfully described the dynamics of QCD in the strongly-coupled regime. Some of the transport coefficients in the… read more about Toward First-principles simulation of the real-time dynamics of QCD - classical and quantum approaches »

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Glaxo Galleria at the Hamner Conference Center

The North Carolina Research Triangle Chapters of Materials Research Society are hosting the 9th Annual Triangle Student Research Competition (TSRC) and invites grads, undergrads, and post-docs to… read more about 9th Annual Triangle Student Research Competition (TSRC) »

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Duke Teaching Observatory

Join Duke physics department members for stargazing through our 10" Schmidt-Cassegrain telescopes at the Duke Teaching Observatory. We will point the telescopes at interesting objects in the sky… read more about Stargazing »

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Bryan Research 103

Duke Neurobiology welcomes Josie Clowney, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Molecular, Cellular, and Developmental Biology at the University of Michigan. Dr. Clowney will present "A feminist framing of… read more about A feminist framing of Fruitless: Maleness as a suppression of female neural programs »

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Bryan Research 103

DUKE SEMINARS IN NEURAL ENGINEERINGFall 2021Douglas Weber, Carnegie Mellon UniversityThursday, October 1412:00 - 1:00Bryan Research 103 read more about DUKE SEMINARS IN NEURAL ENGINEERING »

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Duke Teaching Observatory

Join Duke physics department members for stargazing through our 10" Schmidt-Cassegrain telescopes at the Duke Teaching Observatory. We will point the telescopes at interesting objects in the sky… read more about Stargazing »

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Bryan Research 103

Duke Neurobiology welcomes Bryan Roth, MD, PhD, Michael Hooker Distinguished Professor of Pharmacology at UNC School of Medicine. Dr. Roth is the Director of the NIMH Psychoactive Drug Screening… read more about New chemical and synthetic biology technologies »

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Bryan Research 103

DUKE SEMINARS IN NEURAL ENGINEERINGFall 2021J. Luis Lujan, Mayo ClinicThursday, October 2112:00 - 1:00Bryan Research 103 read more about DUKE SEMINARS IN NEURAL ENGINEERING »

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Bryan Research 103

Duke Neurobiology welcomes Nelson Spruston, Ph.D., Senior Director of Scientific Programs at HHMI's Janelia Research Campus. (title tba) read more about Ruth K. Broad Seminar »

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Zoom Only

Abstract:In materials and chemical science, the combination of high throughput computational modeling and experimentation has given rise to significant challenges and opportunities. Data science… read more about MEMS/MatSci Seminar: AI+Modeling for Materials Design and Characterization »

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Duke Teaching Observatory

Join Duke physics department members for stargazing through our 10" Schmidt-Cassegrain telescopes at the Duke Teaching Observatory. We will point the telescopes at interesting objects in the sky… read more about Stargazing »

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Bryan Research 103

Duke Neurobiology welcomes Gul Dolen, M.D., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Neuroscience at Johns Hopkins University. (title tba) read more about Neurobiology Invited Seminar »

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Duke Teaching Observatory

Join Duke physics department members for stargazing through our 10" Schmidt-Cassegrain telescopes at the Duke Teaching Observatory. We will point the telescopes at interesting objects in the sky… read more about Stargazing »

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Bryan Research 103

Duke Neurobiology welcomes Stephanie Palmer, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Organismal Biology and Anatomy at the University of Chicago. (title tba) read more about Neurobiology Invited Seminar »

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Duke Teaching Observatory

Join Duke physics department members for stargazing through our 10" Schmidt-Cassegrain telescopes at the Duke Teaching Observatory. We will point the telescopes at interesting objects in the sky… read more about Stargazing »

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Bryan Research 103

Duke Neurobiology welcomes Patricia Janak, Ph.D., Professor of Psychological and Brain Sciences at Johns Hopkins School of Medicine. (title tba) read more about Ruth K. Broad Seminar »