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Physicists in Arts & Sciences are gaining quantum insights from imperfect crystals. The research supported by the Center for Quantum Leaps advances the field of quantum simulation using an atomic-level quantum system.Read More
Ellebedy to develop next-generation coronavirus vaccines with broad protection
Ali Ellebedy, an associate professor at the School of Medicine, and colleagues have received a $13 million grant renewal from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) for a project that will bring together experts from multiple disciplines across five research institutions to create better vaccines to fight against current and emerging coronaviruses.
The post Ellebedy to develop next-generation coronavirus vaccines with broad protection appeared first on The Source.Read More
Tyson observatory is WashU’s dark sky site
Artificial light at night is making it more difficult to see the stars, especially in urban areas. The observatory at Tyson Research Center makes the most of its secluded location, offering a unique viewing experience.Read More
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