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A higher exposure to greenery might prolong the life of the elderly, according to a study led by scientists from Duke Kunshan University and Duke University.

The findings, published in the January issue of The Lancet Planetary Health, provide evidence to urban planners and health policymakers of the role of greenery in prolonging life, as China undergoes urbanization...

By Karen Kemp, Sanford School of Public Policy at Duke University

A new study from Duke University and Fudan University in China is the first to estimate how much Chinese residential electricity consumption would increase due to climate change. It’s a lot.  

By the end of the 21st century, each degree Celsius increase in global mean surface temperature (GMST) would raise average Chinese residential electricity use by about 9 percent.  

Peak electricity use will rise 36...

By Lei Qi and Keith Lawrence

Like many of his classmates at Duke Kunshan University, first-year student Alberto Najarro struggles learning the Chinese language. After spending an average of two hours each day on his studies, he can now write short essays in Chinese.

But these challenges pale in comparison to what Najarro experienced growing up in El Salvador, one of the most dangerous countries in Central America.

Dr. Scott MacEachern, Dr. James Miller, and Dr. William Winner have been respectively named division chair of social sciences, arts and humanities, and natural and applied sciences of the undergraduate program at Duke Kunshan University. They assume their roles on December 1, 2018.

Duke Kunshan vice chancellor expects confirmation of PRad experiment result soon

The preliminary result from the most recent PRad experiment to determine the proton charge radius suggests it is about five percent smaller than previously thought from electron scattering experiments. Researchers are finishing the remaining study on systematic uncertainties and a final result is expected soon. If confirmed, a smaller proton charge radius could have enormous implications.

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