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Creeping Fat

November 20, 2014This photo shows the invasion of fat cells into the pancreas where they can start breaking down the production of insulin. Researcher James Minchin took the photo as part of his work on genetic and environmental sources of obesity. Read more inside. [More]

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Duke in Pics: Duke-UNC Football Rivalry

Football fans have packed the stadium for decades to watch the teams face off

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Anatomy Day in the History of Medicine Collections

Anatomy Day is an annual event for all first-year medical students at Duke. It's an opportunity for them to compare what they're seeing in the  lab with historical representations of human anatomydrawn from rare archival materials in the History of Medicine Collections.

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Duke Leadership

Brodhead at Notre Dame: The Once and Future Liberal Arts

At Notre Dame, President Brodhead has a message: Don't abandon the liberal arts

Durham & the Region

Howard Fuller’s Activism at Duke and Beyond

Howard Fuller discusses his experiences working for racial justice and social change as a young activist in Durham in the 1960s

Arts

The Age of Sensing

Scholars visited Duke in October to discuss how remote sensing technology is opening new avenues of research in archeology

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