Duke Researchers Awarded $1.5M Tripods Grant

Thursday, September 26 2019

A Duke University team led by professor of statistical science and mathematics Sayan Mukherjee has won a three-year, $1.5 million dollar grant that will develop the foundations of data science both at Duke and in the broader NC Research Triangle and surrounding region. 

Hamlet is Everywhere. To Cite, or Not to Cite?

Monday, September 2 2019

This summer, three Duke undergraduate students in the Data+ summer research program built a computer program to find reused stories.

Digging Into Durham's Eviction Problem

Monday, September 2 2019

Duke students in the summer research program Data+ have created a time-lapse map of the more than 200,000 evictions filed in Durham County since 2000.

A Showcase of Summer of Research: Data+, Code+ and Computer Science Summer Programs

Monday, July 29 2019
2018 Data+ Poster Session
Figure 1 2018 Data+ Poster Session


Data+/Code+/Computer Science Summer Research Poster Session: August 2, 2019 2:00 - 4:00 p.m. Duke Energy Hub 1st Floor, Gross Hall


Flatiron Institute Names Auditorium After Mathematician Ingrid Daubechies

Monday, June 24 2019

During a ceremony on June 19, 2019, the Simons Foundation’s Flatiron Institute dedicated its auditorium after Duke mathematician and physicist Ingrid Daubechies.

Kicking Off a Summer of Research With Data+

Thursday, June 13 2019

it’s going to be a busy summer for the more than 80 students participating in Duke’s summer research program, Data+.

Building Dictionaries for Machine Learning from Sparse Data

Wednesday, June 12 2019

Guillermo Sapiro's paper laying the foundations of modern machine learning earns a "Test of Time" award 10 years after its publication.

Student Stories: Nathan Liang

Tuesday, May 21 2019

Nathan Liang, an undergraduate studying psychology and neuroscience, talks about his participation in a Data+ 2018 project that explored portrayals of women in media.

Class of 2019: Using Math to Fight Gerrymandering

Friday, May 3 2019

Luke Farrell, a senior majoring in computer science and neuroscience, reflects on his experience with the Bass Connections project team Gerrymandering and the Extent of Democracy in America.