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McKelvey Engineering News JULY 2019
Solving a condensation mystery
Condensation might ruin a wood coffee table, but the condensation and evaporation cycle has important applications.
Partnership between Ugandan school, EWB brings clean water to students
Emily Ray, project lead for WashU’s chapter of Engineers Without Borders, reflects on her experience bringing clean, accessible water to a primary school in Uganda.
In the media: Why speed matters in AV simulations
When it comes to automated vehicles, the car's ability to make decisions in real time is crucial.
No more trial-and-error when choosing an electrolyte for metal-air batteries
Engineering researchers demonstrate how electrolytes for alkali-metal air batteries can be selected using a single, easy-to-measure parameter.
DEAN'S PODCAST
The final installment of our nanoparticle series is out. Recently elected to the National Academy of Engineering, McKelvey Engineering aerosols expert Pratim Biswas joins Dean Aaron Bobick to discuss how nanoparticles can be leveraged as aerosols.
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Jian Wang

Jian Wang, professor of energy, environmental and chemical engineering, received a $516,989 grant from NASA to study the ways in which aerosol particles affect clouds — and how clouds affect aerosols.

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