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FEBRUARY 2018
The Future of Energy
What are both the near-term and mid-term futures of energy around the globe, and what technological discoveries and innovation are taking place to help determine that future? Join us for this first podcast with host Dean Aaron Bobick and his guests, Professors Vijay Ramani and Richard Axelbaum.
WashU startup SentiAR Inc. awarded $2.2M NIH grant
The company, which has its office in the Cortex innovation district, was officially spun out of Washington University’s schools of Medicine and Engineering & Applied Science in 2017.
In the media: Flu warfare may look different next year (CNN)
Professor Pratim Biswas tells CNN how aerosol technology can capture and kill infectious flu particles in the air.
3 Questions with PhD Candidate Ben Sumlin
“My research is novel, it’s difficult, and I’m the only one in the world doing it. I work on a very specific yet important area that has implications on global climate but is completely understudied.”
DEAN'S BLOG
This is the first post of Dean Aaron Bobick’s new blog, The Observational Engineer.
Teaching computing to all
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Lihong Wang

Lihong Wang, a former professor in the School of Engineering & Applied Science for more than 10 years, has been elected to the National Academy of Engineering. He is renowned for his innovative work in high-resolution imaging for biomedical applications.

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