Building connections to support an inclusive culture of safety
Chemistry graduate student Austin Moyle is part of a growing network of safety partners fostering an inclusive culture of safety at institutions across the country.
You can take it with you: Rust-infused carbon cloth presents new possibilities in portable electronics
Researchers in the Department of Chemistry and the Institute of Materials Science & Engineering at Washington University in St. Louis have developed a new material for portable energy storage.
Communicating science with empathy and intention
Sophia Hayes, professor of chemistry, is part of a growing movement at Washington University to offer students essential training in science communication.
Jackrel Lab tackles new vaccine technology for elderly populations
In this Q&A, Meredith Jackrel describes how her lab's expertise in protein misfolding and neurodegenerative diseases has made them uniquely qualified to work on developing new vaccine technologies aimed at elderly populations.
Partnering to build a strong safety culture
In this Q&A, Angela Dartt describes her role in Environmental Health and Safety and offers advice on staying safe while conducting research during a pandemic.