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JULY 2017
Detecting diluteness
Engineers at WashU and Princeton University developed a new way to dive into the cell's tiniest and most important components. They expected to find "a crowded swimming pool."
Eleven new faculty to join School of Engineering & Applied Science
"Adding these faculty members at both the junior and senior ranks is a big step in the growth of the size and depth of our research and education programs that are enabled by the expansion of our facilities that is underway," said Aaron F. Bobick, dean.
Engineers examine chemo-mechanics of heart defect
For the first time, new research led by engineers at Washington University in St. Louis takes a closer look at both genetic and mechanical attributes, to better understand a disorder that affects how elastin and collagen function.
WashU researchers to test anesthesiology control tower
Professor Yixin Chen is part of a team conducting a pilot study of an anesthesiology control tower to monitor patients' vital signs during surgery.
Mike Keymer, BS '98, founded Topspin Labs, which works at the cutting edge of data and technology. Through Topspin, Keymer partners with organizations to find other applications for their technology and create a startup around that new use.
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UMSL/WashU Joint Engineering Program student focuses on 'healing light' for health-care patients

An electrical designer for Ross & Baruzzini, Marissa Sexton has spent significant time studying the impact of lighting in the domestic health-care market.

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