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Role of cell group behavior target of $1.9 million award
Researchers are investigating evidence of more damage when a group of cells breaks off from a colony and more follow, leading to large-scale metastasis.
WashU materials scientists combine supercomputers, 3-D printers to create strong metallic alloys
Replacing time-consuming trial and error, computational methods will be used to find new alloys for structural, load-bearing applications
New imaging technique to use bioinspired camera to study tendon, ligament damage
Spencer Lake plans to use a federal grant to study a new imaging technique for the ligament behind 'Tommy John' surgery.
New patch boosts brightness in medical diagnostic tests
A multidisciplinary team from WashU and the Air Force Research Laboratory at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base has developed a high-tech fix that brings some medical diagnostic tests out of the dark and into the light.
Engineering the Future: Nanoparticles Part 1
This episode is all about nanoparticles: What are their properties, how are they formed and why should you care?
New faculty join School of Engineering & Applied Science
WashU Racing team improves eight spots over 2017 at FSAE Michigan
New, nontoxic materials for solar cells underway at WashU
Matteucci and Neves awarded Elite 90
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Engineering alum Behnken to test flight commercial spacecraft
Engineering alumnus Bob Behnken has been chosen as one of NASA's astronauts who will fly American-made, commercial spacecraft to and from the International Space Station.
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