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IMSE acquires new facility for fabricating nanomaterials

IMSE acquires new facility for fabricating nanomaterials

Meet our new faculty: Natural sciences and math

Meet our new faculty: Natural sciences and math

ISP helps teachers bring university research to life in classrooms

ISP helps teachers bring university research to life in classrooms

St. Louis Public Radio: WashU brings climate change education to University City High School

St. Louis Public Radio: WashU brings climate change education to University City High School

A new way to deliver vaccines to the elderly without inflammation

A new way to deliver vaccines to the elderly without inflammation

Tolman named vice dean of research and entrepreneurship

Tolman named vice dean of research and entrepreneurship

Hayes named interim vice dean of graduate education

Hayes named interim vice dean of graduate education

Moeller wins Heyrovsky Prize for electrochemistry

Moeller wins Heyrovsky Prize for electrochemistry

Washington University collaborates with Agilent, Merck to expand metabolomics research

Washington University collaborates with Agilent, Merck to expand metabolomics research

Science research roundup: May and June 2021

Science research roundup: May and June 2021

Wrighton receives LaunchCode Moonshot Award

Wrighton receives LaunchCode Moonshot Award

Award symposium honors chemist Loomis

Award symposium honors chemist Loomis

Cancer has ripple effect on distant tissues

Cancer has ripple effect on distant tissues

Fournier wins NSF CAREER Award

Fournier wins NSF CAREER Award

Daschbach promoted to teaching professor

Daschbach promoted to teaching professor

Researchers observe new isotope of fluorine

Researchers observe new isotope of fluorine

Jackrel Lab tackles new vaccine technology for elderly populations

Jackrel Lab tackles new vaccine technology for elderly populations

Marketplace: Helium prices stopped soaring when COVID hit

Marketplace: Helium prices stopped soaring when COVID hit

A recipe for protein footprinting

A recipe for protein footprinting

Stereo Chemistry (Podcast): How helium shortages have changed science

Stereo Chemistry (Podcast): How helium shortages have changed science

Finding Genius (Podcast): Another energy source in the wall

Finding Genius (Podcast): Another energy source in the wall

Scientific American: Bricks can be turned into batteries

Scientific American: Bricks can be turned into batteries

Barnes Lab streamlines synthesis of molecular chains

Barnes Lab streamlines synthesis of molecular chains

Looking skin deep at the growth of neutron stars

Looking skin deep at the growth of neutron stars

Loomis wins American Chemical Society's 2020 Saint Louis Award

Loomis wins American Chemical Society's 2020 Saint Louis Award

Wrighton named inaugural holder of Wertsch professorship

Wrighton named inaugural holder of Wertsch professorship

Storing energy in red bricks

Storing energy in red bricks

Turning rust into supercapacitors

Turning rust into supercapacitors

Barnes selected as 2020 ACS PMSE Young Investigator

Barnes selected as 2020 ACS PMSE Young Investigator

Metalloenzyme mastery

Metalloenzyme mastery

Helium shortage has ended, at least for now

Helium shortage has ended, at least for now

Antibiotic-destroying genes widespread in bacteria in soil and on people

Antibiotic-destroying genes widespread in bacteria in soil and on people

Cutting-edge computing paves way to future of NMR spectroscopy

Cutting-edge computing paves way to future of NMR spectroscopy

Gross receives 2020 ASMS John B. Fenn Award

Gross receives 2020 ASMS John B. Fenn Award

Hayes receives 5 Sigma Physicist Award

Hayes receives 5 Sigma Physicist Award

St. Louis trade groups ask sidelined workers to donate safety gear to hospitals

St. Louis trade groups ask sidelined workers to donate safety gear to hospitals

Carbon conundrum: Experiment aims to re-create synthesis of key element

Carbon conundrum: Experiment aims to re-create synthesis of key element

Scientists sculpt nanoparticle shells with light

Scientists sculpt nanoparticle shells with light

Walking the wire: Real-time imaging helps reveal active sites of photocatalysts

Walking the wire: Real-time imaging helps reveal active sites of photocatalysts

WashU Expert: U.S. faces looming ‘future drought’ in helium

WashU Expert: U.S. faces looming ‘future drought’ in helium

Hope on climate change from a bold and brilliant woman at TEDxGatewayArch

Hope on climate change from a bold and brilliant woman at TEDxGatewayArch

Moeller to receive Cope Scholar Award

Moeller to receive Cope Scholar Award

General chemistry offers new course sequence, welcomes new personnel

General chemistry offers new course sequence, welcomes new personnel

The cost of lies: A technical analysis of HBO's Chernobyl

The cost of lies: A technical analysis of HBO's Chernobyl

Thorp named editor-in-chief of Science

Thorp named editor-in-chief of Science

Obituary: Peter P. Gaspar, professor emeritus of chemistry, 84

Obituary: Peter P. Gaspar, professor emeritus of chemistry, 84

Gary Patti celebrates 10 years of the Agilent Early Career Professor Award

Gary Patti celebrates 10 years of the Agilent Early Career Professor Award

Tim Wencewicz named Camille Dreyfus Teacher-Scholar for 2019

Tim Wencewicz named Camille Dreyfus Teacher-Scholar for 2019

Esteemed biochemist Bob Blankenship retires

Esteemed biochemist Bob Blankenship retires

Sophia Hayes: The global helium shortage hits home

Sophia Hayes: The global helium shortage hits home

Conghui Yao (Patti Lab) named 2019 Jakschik Awardee

Conghui Yao (Patti Lab) named 2019 Jakschik Awardee

Prof. Gina Frey receives an AAU Grant Supporting STEM Education Efforts

Prof. Gina Frey receives an AAU Grant Supporting STEM Education Efforts

Prof. Xander Barnes gets LEAP award for his invention, “Magic Angle” Spinning Spheres for NMR

Prof. Xander Barnes gets LEAP award for his invention, “Magic Angle” Spinning Spheres for NMR

Laboratory Sciences building to be named Mark S. Wrighton Hall

Laboratory Sciences building to be named Mark S. Wrighton Hall

Janetka wins American Chemical Society Award

Janetka wins American Chemical Society Award

Gary Patti’s research seeks to make analysis of metabolites less overwhelming

Gary Patti’s research seeks to make analysis of metabolites less overwhelming

Prof. Meredith Jackrel awarded 5-year NIH MIRA grant

Prof. Meredith Jackrel awarded 5-year NIH MIRA grant

Dr. Jia Luo receives Classroom Innovation Award from the College of Arts & Sciences

Dr. Jia Luo receives Classroom Innovation Award from the College of Arts & Sciences

Welcome to WashU: William B. Tolman

Welcome to WashU: William B. Tolman

New Software for Drug Companies to Make Drugs Cheaper, Faster, and Better

New Software for Drug Companies to Make Drugs Cheaper, Faster, and Better

Tim Wencewicz featured on Hold That Thought podcast

Tim Wencewicz featured on Hold That Thought podcast

Hayes helps shape national helium policy

Hayes helps shape national helium policy

Gina Frey awarded Emerson Excellence in Teaching Award

Gina Frey awarded Emerson Excellence in Teaching Award

Prof. Regina "Gina" Frey installed as the first Florence E. Moog Professor of STEM Education

Prof. Regina "Gina" Frey installed as the first Florence E. Moog Professor of STEM Education

Prized professor: Loomis recognized for outstanding teaching

Prized professor: Loomis recognized for outstanding teaching

Best Professor

Best Professor