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    Camera developed at WUSTL sheds light on mate choice of swordtail fish

    A group of researchers have used a special camera developed by Viktor Gruev, PhD, to discover that female northern swordtail fish choose their mates based on polarization signals from the males.

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    Will 3-D printing revolutionize medicine?

    WebMD explores the future of 3-D printers in medicine with a look at the 3-D-printed robotic prosthetic arm built by Washington University engineering students.

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    Cancer vision

    Viktor Gruev, PhD, associate professor of computer science and engineering, is one of several collaborators on a project to create special glasses that distinguish cancer cells from healthy cells in real time.

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    WUSTL helps found consortium to advance Internet of the future

    Washington University in St. Louis has helped to establish a new consortium of U.S. universities and leading technology companies designed to promote development and adoption of Named Data Networking.

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    Biswas, Yang research on cover of Advanced Optical Materials

    Research by Pratim Biswas, PhD, and Lan Yang, PhD, is the cover story of the August 2014 issue of Advanced Optical Materials.

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    Environmental engineers to study clean air, water, energy with NSF grants

    Six faculty in Energy, Environmental & Chemical Engineering from the School of Engineering & Applied Science have received nearly $1.8 million in three-year grants from the National Science Foundation to create a cleaner, safer environment.

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    Engineering student team wins national design competition for zinc patch

    For the third straight year, a team from Washington University in St. Louis School of Engineering & Applied Science has won the Engineering World Health’s Design Competition for its device to improve health care in the developing world.

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    New technology may identify tiny strains in body tissues before injuries occur

    Researchers at WUSTL have developed a new technology that one day may help pinpoint minor strains and tiny injuries in the body’s tissues long before bigger problems occur.

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    Study reveals how Ebola blocks immune system

    Rohit Pappu, PhD, and a group of researchers have learned one way the Ebola virus dodges the body’s antiviral defenses, providing important insight that could lead to new therapies.

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    Washington University researchers explore the future of drone technology

    Raj Jain, PhD, and Humberto Gonzalez, PhD, explore the possibilities of unmanned aerial vehicles in a video by HEC TV.

 
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