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FALL 2017
Scientists at Washington University in St. Louis are working on a simplified toolkit that will allow scientists who study animal behavior to manipulate the genomes of many other animals.
Brain processes
Spartan Makerspace will foster innovation and entrepreneurship
The East End Transformation is more than a construction project: It furthers the university's mission and values, setting the course for the next era of academic excellence and service to society.
Measuring with and against the grain
Engineers at WashU are honing in on a new way to accurately assess the effects of forces during a traumatic brain injury, or TBI.
Measuring with and against the grain
By studying the effects of a biochemical process on protein function, Assistant Professor Kristen Naegle hopes to identify new therapeutic interventions for cancer.
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Imaging a killer
Washington University sets records in innovation, entrepreneurship
WashU engineers to look at how brain processes signals in different organisms
Spartan Makerspace will foster innovation and entrepreneurship

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