A multi-institutional team led by an engineer at Washington University seeks to refine a method that would remove selenium from wastewater efficiently and cost effectively, thanks to a grant from the U.S. Department of Energy.
Yevgeniy Vorobeychik says discussions about AI sentience are, and always will be, misguided.
Peng Bai, Aravind Nagulu and Ning Zhang, all assistant professors at the McKelvey School of Engineering, have been awarded $25,000 Collaboration Initiation Grants from the school.
Aravind Nagulu at the McKelvey School of Engineering is co-principal investigator on a $2.4 million federal grant that will help develop filters for next-generation wireless systems.
Collaborative research from the labs of Daniel Giammar and Jeffrey Catalano finds a lack of available metals may be responsible for more nitrous oxide than previously thought.
A new study from researchers at Washington University School of Medicine and colleagues at other institutions details a new tool that can quickly identify the presence of Ebola virus in blood samples. The technology has potential to be developed into a rapid diagnostic test.
Jian Wang, professor at the McKelvey School of Engineering, will lead a research team that will analyze field study data to better understand how aerosol particles form over open oceans and their impact on cloud properties with a three-year $457,778 National Science Foundation grant.
Gregory D. Longmore, MD, at the School of Medicine, and Amit Pathak, at the McKelvey School of Engineering, will study the cells that lead the migration of deadly tumor cells through the body with a five-year $2.54 million National Institutes of Health (NIH) grant.
Research from the lab of Ning Zhang at the McKelvey School of Engineering shows a new way to keep people safe when a hacker attacks.
A $2.3 million National Institutes of Health (NIH) grant will fund Jianjun Guan and Fuzhong Zhang’s effort to develop and deliver therapeutic proteins to help treat injured limbs.
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