4th Invented at Duke
Returning in-person for the first Invented at Duke since COVID, faculty, staff, students, local investors and entrepreneurs, and many more enjoyed drinks and hors d’oeuvres as they networked with each other and explored booths of featured inventors. Attendees peered into microscopes, tested their strength, performed phase separation demonstrations, and more as featured inventors from across Duke schools showed off their technologies.
3rd Invented at Duke
Celebrating its 3rd year, “Invented at Duke” showcased 13 companies and early technologies from across campus illustrating how Duke is leading the way in transferring innovations to society. This year, 350 students, faculty, staff, alumni, investors, and members of the local community came to see how Duke is translating research into impactful innovations.
2nd Invented at Duke
Riding on the success of the first “Invented at Duke” event last October, companies such as Carpe Lotion, Cereius, and 374Water show how Duke is not only leading the way in transferring innovations to society but is also providing valuable contributions to the economic vitality of the surrounding community.
1st Invented at Duke
A puncture-proof vascular graft, silicone microspheres, improved eye disease imaging, a pocket-sized colposcope, improved hernia solutions, a platform for predictive surgical complication risks, and an infant IV vest—Duke’s cutting-edge innovations were out in force at our 1st Invented at Duke Celebration.