The society strengthens the interface between engineering, science and math
Research in labs of mechanobiology faculty members Nate Huebsch, Guy Genin creates software to enable experiments for learning how electrical and mechanical heart functions relate
Ram Dixit mechanobiology faculty member shares his excitement about taking over as Biology Department Chair.
Researchers in Amit Pathak’s lab found that cells learn from past environments to promote future invasions
Amit Pathak’s lab finds cancer cells have remarkable ability while healthy cells do not
A multi-university team of researchers working with Guy Genin at the Center for Engineering MechanoBiology explore new approaches to surgical tendon-to-bone repair
Research in Amit Pathak’s lab reveals new cell migration behavior
Guy Genin, the Harold and Kathleen Faught Professor of Mechanical Engineering at the McKelvey School of Engineering was elected to the National Academy of Inventors (NAI).
Discovery in Amit Pathak’s lab connects mechanobiology to nuclear condensates
McKelvey Engineering, School of Medicine collaborate to develop hydrogel system
The multidisciplinary poster session offered an opportunity for emerging researchers to develop their presentation and communication skills
Amit Pathak’s lab will incorporate imaging, modeling to study cell migration
Insect-eating plants have fascinated biologists for more than a century, but how plants evolved the ability to capture and consume live prey has largely remained a mystery. Now, scientists at Washington University in St. Louis and the Salk Institute have investigated the molecular basis of plant carnivory and found evidence that it evolved from mechanisms plants use to defend themselves.
Elizabeth Haswell, one of eight faculty members at Washington University in St. Louis, is among the 564 new fellows selected by the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS), the world’s largest general scientific society and publisher of the Science family of journals.