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JANUARY 2017
Cleaning chromium from drinking water
An engineer at Washington University in St. Louis has found a new way to neutralize the dangerous chemical chromium-6 in drinking water, making it safer for human consumption.
A team of Washington University School of Engineering & Applied Science students took third place in GlobalHack VI held in October.
WashU engineers Justin Guyton, Ben Bush, Daniel Borstelmann and Darius Calliet took third place in GlobalHack VI.
Jennifer Head
Jennifer Head uses her engineering education and passion for working internationally to improve human health.
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Engineers in the School of Engineering & Applied Science at Washington University in St. Louis continued their strong research tradition in 2016, making new discoveries that will ultimately benefit society and advance technology, while advancing education within the school with new buildings and programs.
Engineers at Washington University in St. Louis develop new nanoparticle technology that eliminates the need for cold storage in some medical diagnostic tests.
Storing and testing at any temperature
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