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SPRING 2018
Researchers at Washington University in St. Louis have received a $3.9 million grant from the Department of Energy (DOE) to develop bacteria that manufacture renewable biofuels — energy sources made from plants or microbes.
$3.9 million supports research to turn bacteria into biofuel producers
Researchers discover higher environmental impact from cookstove emissions
Cookstoves are a central part of millions of homes throughout Asia: families often use readily available and cheap biofuels — such as crop chaff or dung — to prepare food.
Global collaborations, holistic solutions
A group of Washington University leaders, including Chancellor Mark S. Wrighton, recently traveled to New Delhi and to Taipei to engage a variety of partners to advance solutions for the environmental challenges posed by energy choices.
Five university research teams win LEAP awards
Leadership in Entrepreneurial Acceleration Program (LEAP) exists to propel Washington University intellectual property towards commercialization. Three of the five winning teams have ties to the School of Engineering & Applied Science.
 
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34
international university research partners
19
tenured/tenure-track faculty
$9.5 M
annual research awards (FY17)
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