In the body, cells move around to form organs during development; to heal wounds; and when they metastasize from cancerous tumors. A mechanical engineer at Washington University in St. Louis found that cells remember the properties they had in the...
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OTM is implementing changes involving the way in which license income is shared and distributed. These changes were the result of a review by a Subcommittee of the Faculty Committee on Technology Transfer under the IP Policy. Both the Subcommittee and the Faculty Committee are comprised primarily of University faculty This subcommittee was tasked with […]
Microbiologist Scott J. Hultgren, PhD, has been elected to the National Academy of Medicine, a part of the National Academy of Sciences. Membership in the organization is one of the highest honors in the fields of health and medicine in the United...
By studying the effects of a biochemical process on protein function, Kristen Naegle, a biomedical engineer at Washington University in St. Louis, hopes to identify new therapeutic interventions for cancer. Kristen Naegle, assistant professor of b...