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Engineering & Entrepreneurship
Global Research, Domestic Benefits
January 14, 2014 | David Jarmul | Duke TodayExperts in diverse fields collaborate regularly with colleagues in the developing world
Is the U.S. Experiencing its First Brain Drain?
April 01, 2009 | NAMThe United States has long served as a magnet for the world's talented scientists, engineers and mathematicians. But, this trend may now be reversing and the United States may be experiencing the first brain drain in its history.
Work Visa Numbers Get Squishy
April 01, 2009 | Wall Street JournalResearch conducted at Duke University contributes to study that shows both sides in the debate over employee immigration policies misuse data to advance their positions on the issue.
Soapbox: Cold Welcome in the U.S.
March 29, 2009 | FT.comDuke University researchers participate in study that shows entrepreneurship in the US technology sector is fuelled by immigrant engineers and scientists.