Using a mouse model, researchers in the lab of Jessica Wagenseil have modeled the behavior of the aorta to understand how it develops and how it responds to mechanical stressors.
Zhen (Jason) He has been named editor in chief of the Journal of Hazardous Materials, which focuses on the health and environmental risks that some materials pose.
For the first time, researchers can infer levels of nitrogen dioxide on scales as small as a square kilometer thanks to a new method developed in the lab of Randall Martin.
Researchers at the McKelvey School of Engineering and the School of Medicine at Washington University are launching the Women’s Health Technologies Initiative, which will focus on innovative therapies supporting female reproductive health.
Research from the lab of Barani Raman finds in locusts that the presence of smell can be determined by simply adding and subtracting the presence of certain neurons.
A team of engineers at the McKelvey School of Engineering found that conduction of heat plays a larger role than previously thought in the dynamics of droplets on smooth surfaces that repel water.
Zhen (Jason) He, professor at the McKelvey School of Engineering, has cleaned up the process for using wastewater to grow algae.
Work from the lab of Rohit Pappu at the McKelvey School of Engineering and colleagues at St. Jude continues to reveal novel findings about phase separation, the process cells use for organization.
A collaboration between Washington University in St. Louis, Université de Montréal and McGill University discovers a new importance of biomolecular condensates.
The Environmental Molecular Sciences Laboratory, a Department of Energy facility, has awarded $577,685 to Rajan Chakrabarty at the McKelvey School of Engineering to chemically image atmospheric particles.
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