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    Washington University lab trying to make gasoline from E. Coli

    KTVI Fox 2 News talks to Fuzhong Zhang, PhD, about an $860,000 DARPA award to study the use of bacteria as fuel.

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    Engineering students win $10,000 in MasterCard Give Back-A-Thon

    A team of two School of Engineering & Applied Science students and an Olin Business School alumna recently won $10,000 at the MasterCard Give-Back-A-Thon.

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    Cytron receives 2014 Emerson Award for Teaching Excellence

    Ron Cytron, PhD, has received the 2014 Emerson Award for Teaching Excellence.

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    School of Engineering & Applied Science announces dean search

    Washington University invites applications and nominations for the position of Dean of the School of Engineering & Applied Science.

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    Engineering well represented among Olin Cup finalists

    Three teams headed by Engineering students and an alumna are among the 10 Olin Cup Competition finalists for the 2014-2015 competition.

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    Biswas featured on St. Louis Public Radio

    Pratim Biswas, PhD, discusses the conversion of landfill gas to useable gas.

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    Faculty co-write new imaging handbook

    Six Engineering & Applied Science faculty members have chapters featured in the recently published Handbook of Imaging in Biological Mechanics.

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    Alumna Deanne Bell launches Future Engineers

    Deanne Bell, TV host and Washington University Engineering alumna, has founded and launched a national program to encourage the next generation of engineers.

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    Put a name with a face with 'People of Engineering'

    Check out your fellow classmates in our 'People of Engineering' social media feature.

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    Bayly, Rudy receive continued funding for research

    Philip Bayly, PhD, and Yoram Rudy, PhD, have each received renewals of ongoing research grants from the National Institutes of Health.

 
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