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MAY 2017
Preventing WannaCry, other ransomware attacks
A cybersecurity expert at Washington University in St. Louis says programmers were aware of the potential trouble months ago, but playing catch-up to remedy the problem is difficult.
What a locust’s nose taught WashU engineers about monkeys’ ears
The results of a recent study by a team of biomedical engineers has profound implications for how sensory information may be encoded in the brain.
Researchers to model brain’s memory network
$7.5 million effort could spur artificial intelligence, medical breakthroughs.
Beginning the east end transformation
‘Monumental undertaking’ is largest capital investment on the Danforth Campus, including two new buildings for the Engineering school.
COMMENCEMENT PHOTO ALBUMS
More than 850 WashU Engineers received degrees during ceremonies May 18 and 19.

>> Engineering Ceremony & Fish Eye Fun Photos

>> Commencement Lineup & Photo Booth Photos
Commencement Photo Albums
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Notables
David Peters
David Peters, professor of mechanical engineering, has been chosen to receive the Honorary Fellow Award from AHS International (the Vertical Flight Technical Society).

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