Harry Potter Clock; Contemporary Art at Nasher: The Week at Duke {in 60 Seconds}

Harry Potter Clock; Contemporary Art at Nasher: The Week at Duke {in 60 Seconds}


Welcome to the week at Duke in 60 seconds. There’s a new contemporary art collection
now open at the Nasher Museum. It will be on display through June 26th before traveling
to the Princeton University Art Museum. Ever think you could 3D print the skull of
an ancient human? Paleontologists at Duke are doing just that. Assistant professor Doug
Boyer launched MorphoSource in 2013, and it hosts a huge digital library of printable
fossils. Last weekend, the Duke Alumni Association
hosted Women’s Weekend on campus and around Durham. More than 450 alums came back to network
and take workshops together. Finally, if you’re a Harry Potter fan, you’ll
love the clock a Duke student built at the Innovation Colab. The clock is a Do-It-Yourself
version of the Weasley family’s clock from Harry Potter and uses hands and faces to show
where every member of the family is at a given time. For more Duke news every day, visit Duke Today.

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