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Engineering News
JUNE 2018
New, nontoxic materials for solar cells underway at WashU
A team of engineers is working to find an efficient and nontoxic material for solar cells using quantum-mechanical calculations.
WashU engineer leads work seeking potential drug candidates for hypertension
With funding from the National Institutes of Health, Jianmin Cui and his collaborators will begin foundational work seeking potential drug candidates for hypertension and epilepsy.
Dean's Blog: The Future of Energy
As engineers, our goal is to make sure the world has as many options as possible to dramatically impact the future of energy.
Defects in tissue trigger disease-like transformation of cells
Like termites in a home's foundation, some normal cells in the body can take on characteristics of diseased cells and invade the surrounding tissue, causing big problems. Video
SPOTLIGHT
Alumnus Justin Ruths took his WashU Engineering education abroad to help establish a new program before returning to the U.S. to teach mechanical and systems engineering.
From St. Louis to Sinapore to Texas: Justin Ruths
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Tao Ju

Tao Ju, vice dean for research and professor of computer science & engineering, has received a three-year, $264,147 grant from the National Science Foundation to develop efficient computational methods for automated analysis of the architecture of the roots of plants from 3-D images.

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