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Students 3D print robotic vehicle for police stops

January 4, 2018

Duke University students use 3D printing to create robotic vehicle designed to keep police officers and civilians safe.

OITs Barbara Puccio teachers a class in front of a presentation screen.

10 Topics Offered in Free 'Learn IT' Series

January 3, 2018

Learn about technology in a relaxed lunch environment

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How 3-D Printing is Changing Surgical Care at Duke

December 21, 2017

Custom-made models help doctors plan and practice surgeries before entering the operating room.

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The Story Behind Your Email Address

December 18, 2017

The quirky addresses scattered around Duke highlight the evolution of its email system.

5 Holiday Crime Prevention Tips

December 12, 2017

Duke experts offer advice on how to shop safely, travel smart and protect yourself

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Duke Research Computing's parody video

December 11, 2017

Duke Research Computing releases its annual holiday parody video to promote its poster session for the Duke Research Computing Symposium. Remember that scene from Love Actually? Dr. Mark DeLong reenacts.

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How to Build Your Professional Brand

December 6, 2017

Choosing the right network for you and creating your own personal webpage are some pointers suggested by Duke experts

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Apple security fix available

November 29, 2017

A serious MacOS security flaw was made public and Apple has now released a fix for the probme. The bug allows an attacker with physical access to a Mac, or who can connect to a Mac with Scree

HackDuke Students Explore Their Computing Skills With 48 Hours of Coding for Good

October 31, 2017

This weekend, more than 400 student hackers representing about 23 schools across the nation spent 48 hours coding for good – with the occasional break for a Nerf gun war. HackDuke, one of the largest student hackathons in the Southeast, is held annually throughout Duke’s engineering campus. This year, HackDuke’s eclectic atmosphere featured hedgehogs to cuddle and a Tesla smart car available for hacking.

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Where Creativity Becomes Reality

October 24, 2017

Bringing ideas to life in Duke’s Co-Lab Studio.

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