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Calcium carbonate: Tumor-fighting weapon

Engineers at Washington University in St. Louis use nanoparticle technology, applied to a drug found in most people’s medicine cabinets, to chemically alter a cancer tumor and stop its growth.

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Three biomedical engineering professors elected as AIMBE Fellows

Three professors from the School of Engineering & Applied Science have been elected to the 2016 College of Fellows of the American Institute for Medical and Biological Engineering, representing the top 2 percent of medical and biological engineers in the country.

Water for Source

Solving the world’s water problems

We take for granted that when we turn on a faucet in our homes o​r busines​ses that clean, fresh, drinkable water will be available in a seemingly endless supply. But in the last several years, clean water has become almost a luxury in parts of the U.S. due to drought and changes in climate, while […]

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Zhang honored for research

Fuzhong Zhang, PhD, of the School of Engineering & Applied Science at Washington University in St. Louis, recently was honored with the 2016 Daniel I.C. Wang Award from the journal Biotechnology & Bioengineering.

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The top 10 stories of 2015​​

​New discoveries, a new campus, Star Wars economics and another presidential debate – these were among the most-read stories of 2015 at Washington University in St. Louis.​

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IEEE honors Washington University engineers

A collaboration of engineers and researchers from Washington University in St. Louis, led by Viktor Gruev, PhD, has received the highest award from the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) for developing a bio-inspired imaging sensor for medical imaging applications.

Lu named IEEE fellow

​Chenyang Lu, PhD, the Fullgraf Professor in the School of Engineering & Applied Science at Washington University in St. Louis, has been named an Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) Fellow.

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