WashU’s Spartan Light Metal Products Makerspace allows students, faculty, and staff from across disciplines to engage in creative problem solving.
Ling was recognized for her study of microbial ecosystems to improve water-supply safety and public health.
The device leverages brain-computer interface (BCI) technology developed at WashU.
SentiAR’s first product, the CommandEP system, is an augmented reality software used in cardiac procedures.
McKelvey researchers and colleagues model pandemic mitigation measures
Aerosol scientists turn their unique expertise toward COVID-19.
More great ink for Washington University in St Louis inventors Jen and Jon Silva.
In the video, they demonstrate their breakthrough AR technology that visualizes a patient’s heart in 3D during surgery.
Their research has implications for reducing dependence on and reducing damage from fossil fuels.