WashU is the first institution in MO to participate in a NSF Science and Technology Center grant.
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SEPTEMBER 2016
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NSF announces new Science and Technology Center
The National Science Foundation (NSF) has added a newly formed collaboration between Washington University and the University of Pennsylvania to its list of Science and Technology Centers. The efforts will be supported by a $23.6 million grant.
Faculty team awarded $1.25 million to study 'swimming cells'
A Washington University team comprised of Engineering and Medicine faculty has been awarded $1.25 million to study how tiny organelles work in the body.
Young-Shin Jun NSF grants
Young-Shin Jun has received more than $1 million to study interfacial reactions that relate to energy, environmental and biomedical systems involving a variety of earth-abundant materials.
Building smarter, safer infrastructure
New sensing system developed by Washington University engineers set for a test at Michigan's Mackinac Bridge.
DEBATE SPOTLIGHT
As the eyes of the world turn to the 2016 U.S. presidential election, Washington University will play a prominent role in the national political conversation when it hosts a presidential debate on Oct. 9, 2016. We asked a few of our engineering students: What would you ask the presidential candidates?
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