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    New technique improves imaging technologies in biological tissue

    In their efforts to improve imaging technologies into biological tissue, Lihong Wang, PhD, and his team have introduced a new technique that may one day improve noninvasive imaging in humans.

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    Anastasio joins College of Fellows of American Institute for Medical and Biological Engineering

    Mark Anastasio, PhD, has been elected to the American Institute for Medical and Biological Engineering’s College of Fellows in recognition of his important contributions to biomedical engineering.

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    Engineering students blog about life at Wash U

    Check out blogs written by Engineering students Mariah Cushman and Dera Ikeme.

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    Peat fire emissions may shed light on climate change

    To study the climatic effects of peat fire emissions, Rajan Chakrabarty, PhD, has received a three-year, $530,000 grant from the National Aeronautics and Space Administration.

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    Demissie credits Dual Degree program, internships, for success

    Dual Degree alumna Mahi Demissie encourages students to do internships to find their passion in engineering.

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    Nigerian-born Wash U engineer wins annual St. Louis Award for his cancer-seeing glasses

    Samuel Achilefu, PhD, professor of radiology and biomedical engineering, was honored for his groundbreaking glasses that help surgeons "see" cancer.

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    Nanotechnology changes behavior of materials, new research finds

    Elijah Thimsen, PhD, and a team of engineers have developed a technique that may one day improve performance of solar cells and other electronics.

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    Pathak receives CAREER Award from National Science Foundation

    Amit Pathak, PhD, plans to take a multi-disciplinary approach to better understanding the cell migration process with a CAREER Award from the National Science Foundation.

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    Quatrano to receive Science Leadership Award

    Ralph S. Quatrano, PhD, dean of the School of Engineering & Applied Science, will receive the Science Leadership Award from the Academy of Science St. Louis April 9, 2015.

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    New ultrafast camera invented at Washington University could help turn science fiction into reality

    St. Louis Public Radio highlights a new camera developed by Lihong Wang, PhD, which can capture light pulses traveling in space at the speed of light.

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