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While killing insects would seem to be the best way of controlling the diseases they spread, some scientists are releasing more of the biting bug, re-engineered to stall epidemics.
Duke University researchers are training artificial intelligence to make organ donation decisions.
Dr. Nita Farahany, Professor of Law & Philosophy and Director of the Duke Initiative for Science & Society, discusses the use of neurobiology in criminal cases.
SciPol lead editor and senior research scientists with Duke Robotics, Dr. Michael Clamann, weighs in on Tesla’s reveal of their new electric semi-truck. How will this technology change the truck driving industry and are there regulatory and security concerns that need to be addressed?
When it comes to managing anxiety, science just lent more credibility to the advice to “stay busy.” Engaging the brain to stay busy with problem-solving appears to be an effective buffer against debilitating anxiety, especially in those prone to the worst of the condition, according to a new brain imaging study from Duke University researchers.
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