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Features Archive

Introducing the New Faculty for 2015

October 8, 2015

More in a series of new hires talking about their interests, from physics to business strategy

Topics for this story: Faculty

Duke in Pics: Coming Out Day Celebration

October 8, 2015

Students, employees gather to recognize campus diversity

Topics for this story: Campus News, Diversity, Staff, Students

Nobel News Starts with an Apology

October 7, 2015

‘It’s going to be a little crazy, and I wanted to apologize’

Topics for this story: Campus News, Staff

Paul Modrich Shares Nobel Prize in Chemistry

October 7, 2015

Biochemist has spent four decades researching how mistakes in the DNA code are repaired

Paul Modrich Wins Nobel Prize in Chemistry

October 7, 2015

DNA mismatch repair work cited with colleagues from UNC, UK

One Archive's Silence Speaks Loudly about Haiti

October 6, 2015

A gap in an archive marks when a military coup shut down a Haitian radio station

Topics for this story: Global, Humanities & Social Sciences

Happy 10th Birthday, Nasher Museum

October 6, 2015

Duke’s nationally acclaimed museum shapes the arts on campus and in Durham

Topics for this story: Arts, Campus News, Staff, Students

What Pushes Us To Work Hard?

October 5, 2015

In a TED talk, Dan Ariely examines the intrinsic values that motivate us to work

Topics for this story: Opinion

Meningitis' Sci-Fi Worthy Creep Into the Brain

October 5, 2015

To understand disease, researchers use transparent zebrafish to watch organism move

Topics for this story: Health & Medicine