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  1. 181.

    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. 182.

    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. 183.

    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. 184.

    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.

  1. 185.

    Chemical Engineering student wins Tau Beta Pi Scholarship

    Tau Beta Pi, the engineering honor society, awarded Leslie Abrahams with a Vincent Stabile Scholarship.

  1. 186.

    Shedding light on clean coal technologies

    The Consortium for Clean Coal Utilization will foster work to explore cocombustion of coal with biomass or combustion of coal in pure oxygen, both of which can lead to reductions in carbon emissions.

  1. 187.

    Engineering student awarded second place in AIChE paper competition

    Lucas Lane, a senior in the Department Energy, Environmental & Chemical Engineering, was recently awarded second place in the student paper competition at the American Institute of Chemical Engineers (AIChE) Mid-America Regional Conference.

  1. 188.

    Engineering alumnus receives 2009 National Science Foundation Fellowship

    Sam Crawford earned his undergraduate degree in Chemical Engineering from WUSTL. He currently studies materials science and engineering at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

  1. 189.

    Energy, Environmental & Chemical Engineering department grows in size, interest

    Washington University in St. Louis is the first in the nation to establish a department devoted specifically to the interdisciplinary studies of energy, environmental and chemical engineering.

  1. 190.

    Engineering student wins NSBE Fellows Scholarship

    The National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE) will honor Joshua Lykes for his community involvement, leadership skills and academic achievements.

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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