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A study conducted in Shanghai involving DKU and Duke scientists showed that using air purifiers in children’s bedrooms reduces exposure to pollutants including PM2.5 and may help prevent asthmatic flare-ups.

ECE professor Ming Li, whose team has received funding to cover the next three years, was also awarded a prize by China’s Ministry of Education for a co-authored paper on a machine learning method to classify autistic children.

Duke Kunshan is closely monitoring developments surrounding the outbreak of Covid-19 caused by novel coronavirus and is working hard to protect all our students, faculty and staff on campus and beyond. We will share updates as we have them.

Conservation expert Binbin Li and fellow researchers at Duke Kunshan’s Environmental Research Center worked with colleagues at eight other organizations to propose a series of revisions to China’s Law on the Protection of Wild Animals.

Duke Kunshan professors Ben Anderson and Annemieke van den Dool are among a consortium that has received US$60,000 to look into the efficacy of national policies to combat antimicrobial resistance (AMR).

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