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What’s in our drinking water? Duke professor of civil and environmental engineering Lee Ferguson uses non-targeted analysis to gather clues about chemical contaminants, making it possible to identify them and trace them back to their points of origin.Transcript available at pratt.duke.edu/about/news/podcast/chemical-detective…
 
Current drugs for osteoporosis can only slow or stop progression of bone loss. What’s gone is gone. Duke University Professor Shyni Varghese has built a new molecule that rebuilds bone—and may transform osteoporosis treatment.Transcript available at https://pratt.duke.edu/about/news/podcast/reversing-bone-loss-due-osteoporosis…
 
Duke Biomedical Engineering Professor Emeritus Bob Malkin and a string of undergraduates have built a program to deliver anti-HIV medication to birthing mothers in rural settings around the worldTranscript available at https://pratt.duke.edu/about/news/podcast/re-engineered-ketchup-packets-saving-babies…
 
Duke Biomedical Engineering professor Junjie Yao has helped pioneer the field of photoacoustic imaging, which uses light and sound to create detailed and informative biological images of everything from a single cell to an entire body.Transcript available at https://pratt.duke.edu/about/news/podcast/turning-photons-soundwaves…
 
If the last year has shown us anything, it’s that fast and accurate diagnostic tests are key for helping to control the spread of a dangerous disease. In this episode, Duke BME’s Ashutosh Chilkoti and his PhD students explain how the lab’s signature diagnostic platform is being modified to quickly and accurately detect COVID-19.…
 
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