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    Backed by Cultivation Capital, Cardialen enters human clinical trials

    Read more about Cardialen, the medical device company co-founded by Igor Efimov, PhD, in the St. Louis Business Journal.

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    WU Rocket Club launches in Utah competition

    The WUSTL Rocket Club sent a rocket they built nearly 10,000 feet in the air in a June competition.

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    Genin featured in ASME video

    Guy Genin, PhD, professor of mechanical engineering, speaks to the Association of Mechanical Engineering about bioengineering.

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    Undergraduates from India, Thailand enjoy hands-on research at WUSTL

    Sixteen undergraduate students from India and Thailand are getting hands-on lab experience this summer in labs in Energy, Environmental & Chemical Engineering.

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    Washington Magazine: Building a strong foundation

    Alumnus Donald Jubel has made a substantial commitment on ­behalf of the Jubel family, through the Henry A. Jubel ­Foundation, toward the construction of a new ­facility for the School of Engineering & ­Applied Science.

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    Doctoral students to study biology, mechanics connection under NIH grant

    Four doctoral students will have the opportunity to take a closer look at the intersection of mechanics and biology under a new five-year grant from the National Institute of Biomedical Imaging and Bioengineering.

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    Agarwal to study turbulence modeling with NASA grant

    Ramesh Agarwal, PhD, is among a group of collaborators in Missouri that received a $750,000 grant from the National Aeronautic and Space Administration to study turbulence modeling.

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    Students plan to install solar power at Indian orphanage

    Four Engineering students are raising money to install solar power at a girls' orphanage in India.

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    PARC wins renewed funding for photosynthetic research

    The Department of Energy awarded the Photosynthetic Antenna Research Center (PARC) $14.4 million to continue research on natural and bio-inspired systems for harvesting sun’s energy.

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    Washington People: Jessica Wagenseil

    Professor Wagenseil's research focuses on how the mechanical properties of the cardiovascular system contribute to hypertension.

 
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