Guts and stardust

Guts and stardust

Kevin McKeegan, who earned his PhD in physics in Arts & Sciences in 1987, has had a storied career measuring the tiniest particles of the solar system.
The next war we have to win

The next war we have to win

While the battle against SARS-CoV-2 rages on, Washington University researchers and clinicians are fighting a rearguard action against drug-resistant infections that years of overprescribing have turned deadly.
Into the wild

Into the wild

Biologist Arpita Bose explains the importance of wetlands and the microorganisms living there to capture carbon — and to possibly provide solutions for a clean energy future
The launch pad

The launch pad

Olin’s MBA entrepreneurship program — ranked No. 1 by Poets & Quants for three consecutive years — is a pivotal part of a school-, university- and community-wide entrepreneurial ecosystem helping students and alumni become successful entrepreneurs. And St. Louis’ status as a national epicenter for entrepreneurs is soaring as a result.
Good as gold

Good as gold

Kendall Gretsch, a 2014 graduate of the McKelvey School of Engineering in biomedical engineering is on her way to becoming a summer — and winter — Paralympic legend.
Something’s up

Something’s up

Rajan Chakrabarty and Randall Martin research fine particulate matter, trying to create a complete picture of the world’s leading cause of environment-related diseases.
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