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The Washington University and Barnes-Jewish kidney transplant program continues to be a national leader in transplantation. St.
Washington University partners with Speartip, LLC to offer a Cyber Security Master's Program for students. Saint Louis, MO (PRWEB) September 26, 2013
Amoebas that are placid, model organisms in the lab, farm bacteria and carry guards to protect their crops in the wild
A ring of protein and pigments, half synthetic and half natural, can be used to quickly prototype light-harvesting antennas that absorb more sunlight than fully natural ones
One thing that sets humans apart from other animals is our ability to intelligently and rapidly adapt to a wide variety of new challenges — using skills learned in much different contexts to inform and guide the handling of any new task at hand.
In 2011, Nature announced that scientists had discovered a single-celled organism that is a primitive farmer. The organism, a social amoeba called Dictyostelium discoideum, picks up edible bacteria, carries them to new locations and harvests them like crops.
Sharon Gietl, vice president – information technology at The Doe Run Company (Doe Run), presented at the 2013 Society for Information Management (SIM) Regional Leadership Forum (RLF), held at
The lung transplant program at Washington University and Barnes-Jewish Hospital continues to be one of the best in the world. St.
Barnes-Jewish Hospital is the first hospital in Missouri to earn Comprehensive Stroke Center status.
- Emitting flashes of light; glittering.