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Engineering News
MARCH 2018
Simplifying samples
Using nanotechnology, WashU researchers developed a new way to preserve biomarkers used in medical diagnostics without refrigeration.
WashU Engineering launches masters in cybersecurity engineering degree
Students will learn in a robust technical environment in which they will evaluate cyberattack vectors, assess cyberdefense methods, conduct research, and design and develop new methods, protocols and techniques.
3-D mapping babies brains
Research from a collaborative team at Washington University in St. Louis tested a 3-D method that could lead to new diagnostic tools that will precisely measure the third-trimester growth and folding patterns of a baby’s brain.
3 Questions with PhD Candidate Ben Sumlin
For years, researchers have attempted to harness the full potential of gene therapy, a technique that inserts genes into a patient’s cells to treat disease. A team of engineers has developed a new method that could make the process easier.
SPOTLIGHT
Kendall Gretsch, who earned a bachelor’s degree in biomedical engineering in 2014, won the first-ever biathlon Olympic or Paralympic gold medal for a U.S. athlete. She also won a gold medal in women’s 12-kilometer cross-country skiing.
Computer science student 'broke' Facebook during her internship
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Professor Martin Arthur has been selected as the Outstanding Professional Engineer (PE) in Education-2018 by the St. Louis Chapter of the Missouri Society of Professional Engineers.

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