HackDuke: Code for Good is the nation's premier hackathon for tech and social good. We unite students that are passionate about changing the intention and narrative behind how technology is used today to create meaningful hacks in a 24-hour sprint. Come learn, come discuss, and come code for good! Join us VIRTUALLY this year on December 5th-6th for tuning to amazing workshops and most importantly, hacking for social good in one of our four tracks for positive impact! Register now at hackduke.org
Duke University and Blue Cross and Blue Shield of North Carolina® (Blue Cross NC) have a nearly century-old relationship, beginning with the first dean of Duke's School of Medicine, W.C. Davison, MD. Dr. Davison, spearheaded the creation of Durham's "Hospital Care Association" - which became Blue Cross NC in 1933.
Here to Hear // Hear to Here is an interactive audio installation that invites you to put on headphones and sing specific pitches following helpful cues. The sound of your voice triggers music to play-never the same, and only if you sing on key.
QueerXscape reflects on the present from a queer collaborative perspective through a series of landscapes in mixed-media collage and video. The installation presents viewers with collaged landscape vistas and video that bring together queer camp with an environmental uncanny: familiar terrain interspersed with remnants of contemporary glass-walled urban architecture, unruly bodies, broken statuary, random trinkets, flowers, and food.
The Mobile App Gateway (MAG), supported by CTSI, is now accepting proposals for projects looking to create native smartphone apps for clinical research studies. The awards will cover effort to build an app using new functionality for RedCap, called Mycap.
MyCap is based on ResearchKit/Research Stack and canc create iOS and Android apps.
Save the dates for Energy Week at Duke (Mon. Nov. 4 - Fri. Nov. 7, 2019)! Hear from industry thought leaders at the Duke University Energy Conference (Nov. 6) and take part in several other events exploring what's next in energy technology, policy, and business. Learn. Network. Compete (or just watch!).
This student-organized event series is supported by the Duke University Energy Initiative, the Center for Energy, Development and the Global Environment (EDGE) at the Fuqua School of Business, and many university and corporate partners.
Join us for the 22nd Annual Full Frame Documentary Film Festival, April 4-7, 2019 in historic downtown Durham, North Carolina.
The Full Frame Documentary Film Festival is an annual international event dedicated to the theatrical exhibition of nonfiction cinema. Each spring, Full Frame welcomes filmmakers and film lovers from around the world to historic downtown Durham, North Carolina, for a four-day, morning-to-midnight array of nearly 100 films, as well as discussions, panels, and Southern hospitality.
Have questions about innovation or entrepreneurship opportunities at Duke University? Need advice on a venture idea? I&E staff will be available to address any questions!
The inaugural Duke Digital Health Week will be the crossroads at which health, tech, business and the social sciences at Duke meet. Mobile technology and wearables are empowering patients and caregivers with data, and with the introduction of artificial intelligence, virtual reality and telemedicine into the clinician's tool bag, the way we experience healthcare is rapidly changing. As the use of digital health technologies expands, we ask, what's in store for the future of health?
Victoria Chibuogu Nneji, born in Lagos, Nigeria, studied Applied Mathematics at Columbia University in New York City and earned a master of Engineering Management from Duke University in her hometown of Durham, North Carolina. In 2017, Victoria became the first Ph.D. candidate of Duke's robotics program. Here, she works with Professor Missy Cummings and leads projects with NASA and the DOT on modeling remote operations centers for autonomous vehicle networks in rail, air, and surface transportation systems.