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OCTOBER 2016
Positively charged: Engineers win $2 million grant to design better batteries
Professor Vijay Ramani, an expert in electrochemical engineering and renewable energy integration, has received a $2 million grant to create a new membrane that can be used in batteries for grid-scale electric energy storage.
A closer look inside
Professor Mark Anastasio's new technology exploits wave optic effects, measuring the X-ray's refractions for a much more precise peek inside.
Building smarter, safer infrastructure
Oct. 5 was proclaimed by the City of St. Louis "Big Frank Wilson Day." But an event that occurred two weeks prior is what changed his life.
Designs shared for east end of Danforth Campus
Construction for the new home of the Department of Mechanical Engineering & Materials Science, Henry A. and Elvira H. Jubel Hall, will begin in 2017.
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Researchers from Washington University in St. Louis are using science and engineering to fight the heinous crime of sex trafficking.
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