A Return to Campus: Price Provides Update on Fall Semester
President Vincent Price updated the Duke community Tuesday on plans for the fall semester, reporting that Duke would continue on the path to resuming residential activity and outlining the changes in student and campus life that will enable students to safely return to campus.
U.S. Needs a Renewed Effort to Fight Against COVID-19, Expert Advises
DURHAM, N.C. — The United States needs a renewed commitment to social distancing and mask-wearing as well as more testing and contact tracing to make significant progress in the fight against COVID-19, a Duke health policy expert said Tuesday.
Closer Threats Inspire a More Primitive Kind of Fear
Different use of brain circuits may help explain the tenacity of post-traumatic stress
From the Lab, the First Cartilage-Mimicking Gel That’s Strong Enough for Knees
Cartilage provides a combination of cushiony-yet-strong that hydrogels haven’t been able to match, until now
8-Week Seminar: Using Data Science to understand COVID-19
Registration now open for Summer +DataScience sessions; no prior experience necessary
COVID-19 Vaccine in 2020 Highly Unlikely, Experts Caution
Duke medical experts brief media on possibility and timing of a vaccine
Adolescents From Disadvantaged Neighborhoods Show Gene Regulation Differences
Tougher childhood marks genes related to chronic inflammation, tobacco smoke, air pollution and lung cancer
News Tip: SCOTUS’ DACA Decision A Major Win for Young Immigrants, Experts Say
The U.S. Supreme Court on Thursday rejected by a 5-4 vote President Trump’s effort to end the legal protections