Open House Studio Night at Innovation Studio

The Innovation Studio (run by OIT's Innovation Co-Lab) is a home for makers and creative thinkers at Duke. Our studio features many cutting edge technologies for digital modeling and fabrication, including 10 3d printers, a CNC router, a laser cutter, small electronics, and a variety of other tools. Come join us for an Open House at our space - we'll show off some of our equipment, give out some swag and some food, and hopefully get you thinking about what amazing things you can make here. All are welcome.

Digital Health: A View from the FDA

Bakul Patel is associate director for digital health, CDRH, Food and Drug Administration. He leads regulatory policy and scientific efforts at the Center with responsibilities for mobile health, health information technology, cyber security, medical devices and medical device software. Program Hosts: Murali Doraiswamy and Geoffrey Ginsburg, Duke Center for Applied Genomics and Precision Medicine and Duke Institute for Health Innovation.

iPhoneography - Hunting the Basic Elements of Composition with only an iPhone

This hands on session will include: an overview of some of photographys basic elements of composition, a short photo safari to hunt for examples of those elements using only an iPhone and sharing the trophies. Participants are encouraged to bring their own device to the session. Register online at:

iPhoneography - The Basics of Shooting and Editing Photos with your iPhone

This hands on session will include: basic instructions and tips on using the iPhones native camera, a discussion of some of Michael's favorite apps for taking and editing photos, including Camera+ and Snapseed and a short photo walk to capture some images for editing. Participants are encouraged to bring their own device to the session and to consider downloading the Camera+ and Snapseed apps beforehand.

Meeting Federal Research Requirements for Data Management Plans, Public Access, and Preservation

With the deadlines for achieving public access to scientific research data in digital formats approaching (October 2015 and January 2016), this webinar will provide practical advice and resources for writing data management plans as well as tips for evaluating in-house or external public access data sharing services that meet federal research requirements.

Magnetic Resonance / Diffusion Tensor Imaging Atlas of the Wistar Rat Brain

Sponsored by the Center for In Vivo Microscopy. Brain researchers need maps and coordinate systems to navigate the brain and communicate their observations. Most scientists studying relationships between the human brain and neurologic diseases, or animal models of these diseases, use Dr. Paxinos maps, atlases, and concepts of brain organization. One of his >45 books, Paxinos & Watson The Rat Brain in Stereotaxic Coordinates is the 3rd most-cited book in science.