Washington University in St. Louis is among eight research institutions that came together to help launch the Taylor Geospatial Institute, a hub for big data analytics and computing.
The latest edition of Field Notes travels to Fairbanks, Alaska, where Karolina Cysneiros de Carvalho, a PhD student at the McKelvey School of Engineering, studied how cold and dark conditions impact air pollution.
Alumnus Karl Zelik is taking on common back pain with wearable technology that helps reduce back strain and injury risk.
Biomedical engineer Jianmin Cui at the McKelvey School of Engineering is going deep into the basic mechanisms that lead to arrhythmia to ultimately find potential new drug candidates with an NIH grant.
WashU infectious diseases doctors and engineers have worked with the St. Louis Symphony Orchestra and other cultural institutions on how to safely reopen and continue performances following the COVID-19 pandemic global shutdown in 2020.
A new computer memory prototype developed by Shantanu Chakrabartty at the McKelvey School of Engineering may significantly reduce the energy needed to train artificial intelligence.
Fangqiong Ling shares her love for science both inside the classroom and outside in the St. Louis community. Her commitment to impactful research has earned her recognition from associations, mentors and colleagues.
The McKelvey School of Engineering’s Philip Bayly and a team of collaborators will study the mechanical causes behind traumatic brain injury using models and images.
Alvitta Ottley, assistant professor at the McKelvey School of Engineering, will use a $528,223 National Science Foundation CAREER award to develop personalized visual analytic tools.
A new resonator system discovered in the labs of Lan Yang and Xuan “Silvia” Zhang at the McKelvey School of Engineering can interact with never-before-accessible ranges in the electromagnetic spectrum. The research was published in the journal Nature Nanotechnology.
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