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McKelvey Engineering News September 2020
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Kill switch could keep genetically engineered bacteria at bay

USDA grant will help Tae Seok Moon develop a genetic circuit that tells the organism to self-destruct before it enters the environment.

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Washington University signs new partnership with Indian Institute of Science
Washington University signs new partnership with Indian Institute of Science

The agreement includes collaborative research opportunities and mentoring for students on both campuses.

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Large, diverse and talented, Class of 2024 arrives on campus
Large, diverse and talented, Class of 2024 arrives on campus

With high hopes and bulk supplies of hand sanitizer, the Class of 2024 arrived at Washington University in St. Louis Sept. 4-6.

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Getting to the root of tough tissues through mechanobiology
Getting to the root of tough tissues through mechanobiology

Guy Genin and collaborators will use NIH funding to develop comprehensive models and conduct experiments to study the causes of the transition to a fibrous interface at the bone and tendon.

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Martin, Biswas to help establish global air pollution network
Martin, Biswas to help establish global air pollution network

Randall Martin and Pratim Biswas join a multi-institutional effort to measure air pollution worldwide.

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VIDEO SPOTLIGHT

Reach for the stars

Alumnus Col. Bob Behnken sends a welcome message to incoming McKelvey Engineering students from the International Space Station.

Reach for the stars
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OTHER NEWS
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Kenneth Goldman, former computer science faculty, 57

Loehr wins graduate research award

Loehr wins graduate research award

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McKelvey School of Engineering launches new website

Materials in lithium ion batteries may be recycled for reuse

Materials in lithium ion batteries may be recycled for reuse

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EVENT SPOTLIGHT

McKelvey Engineering Virtual Career Spotlight

Tuesday, Sept. 29, 3-6 p.m.

Back for 2020 in a new virtual format is the McKelvey Engineering Career Spotlight, a niche recruiting event designed to connect industry with WashU engineering students and faculty.

McKelvey Engineering Virtual Career Spotlight
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Alumna Tuleja receives 2020 Ralph S. Quatrano Prize in Engineering
Alumna Tuleja receives 2020 Ralph S. Quatrano Prize in Engineering

Taylor Tuleja, an alumna of the Dual Degree Program, has been awarded the Ralph S. Quatrano Prize.

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