WUSTL

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WUSTLWashington University in St. Louis
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Researchers from WUSTL conducted the study, which wasA published in the journal Neurology.
Besides Boeing and WUSTL, the partnership involves the University of Missouri-St.
Joseph O'Sullivan, dean of the Joint Undergraduate Engineering Program at WUSTL.
"The upflow microbial fuel cell is a promising wastewater treatment process and has, as a lab-scale unit, generated electricity and purified artificial wastewater simultaneously for more than five months," said WUSTL assistant professor of chemical engineering Lars Angenent.
According to WUSTL, the research team's new development, details of which are featured in the July issue of Environmental Science and Technology, differs from typical microbial fuel cells in that it features chambers layered vertically rather than horizontally.
Shifting your commuting habits can have a measurable impact on the environment and on your health, said Phil Valko, director of sustainability at WUSTL.
Korotev, a research professor in the Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences in Arts and Sciences, WUSTL, has studied lunar samples and their chemical compositions since he was an undergraduate at the University of Wisconsin and "was in the right place at the right time" in 1969 to be a part of a team to study some of the first lunar samples.
The Apollo 11 samples - and samples from almost every Apollo mission until the last one in December 1972 - have been securely housed on the 4th floor of the physics department's Compton Laboratory and used by numerous WUSTL researchers, including many members of the McDonnell Center for the Space Sciences.
Louis, often nicknamed WUSTL or WashU, has about 14,500 students, according to its (https://wustl.edu/about/university-facts/) website.
"We are entering an era when tumors can be evaluated from a genomics standpoint, not just by looking at cancer cells under a microscope," author Elaine Mardis, co-director of WUSTL's Genome Institute, (https://news.wustl.edu/news/Pages/25361.aspx) said in a statement .