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  1. 181.

    Development of mini-cyclones

    With the increasing evidence of the toxicity of nanoparticles, the need for a miniature particle detecting device enabling nanoparticle monitoring at the personal level is gaining attention.

  1. 182.

    Research explores controlling lead in drinking water

    With the support of MAGEEP, Professor Daniel Giammar and two doctoral students collaborated with other researchers to determine rates and mechanisms of chemical reactions that control concentrations of lead in drinking water.

  1. 183.

    Professor Pratim Biswas visits The Solae Company Headquarters

    To show commitment to research, The Solae Company invests in fundamental research to understand the health benefits of soy protein.

  1. 184.

    Department welcomes new Associate Professor

    Venkat Subramanian joined the Department of Energy, Environmental & Chemical Engineering on September 1. His research and educational interests include electrochemical systems and applied mathematics.

  1. 185.

    Brauer Hall Construction Web cam

    Visit engineering.wustl.edu/brauerhall to view daily construction updates of the School of Engineering & Applied Science's new building - future home to the Department of Energy, Environmental & Chemical Engineering.

  1. 186.

    Stephen F. & Camilla T. Brauer Hall Construction Web cam

    Visit engineering.wustl.edu/brauerhall to view daily construction updates of the School of Engineering & Applied Science's new building - future home to the Department of Energy, Environmental & Chemical Engineering.

  1. 187.

    Harvesting green energy

    Professor Himadri Pakrasi researches the pathways microbes and plants use during photosynthesis, and the possibility of emulating these processes to harness renewable energy.

  1. 188.

    Student wins AIChE academic excellence award

    During a recent campus visit, a representative from the St. Louis Section of American Institute of Chemical Engineers (AIChE) honored Jay Werber with a certificate.

  1. 189.

    What could be one of North America's greenest buildings opened May 29

    Next year, Washington University's Tyson Research Center could be certified by one of the world's most stringent green building rating systems.

  1. 190.

    New catalyst could boost cleaner fuel use

    A new catalyst based on dendritic platinum arms grown on palladium nanocrystals has been developed by Professor Younan Xia and his collaborators.

Washington University in St. Louis School of Engineering & Applied Science, Department of Energy, Environmental & Chemical Engineering

Brauer Hall, CB 1180, 1 Brookings Drive, Saint Louis, MO, USA 63130
Phone: (314) 935-5548, Fax: (314) 935-7211

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