As a member-at-large, WUSTL’s Richard Axelbaum, PhD, will evaluate staged oxy-fuel combustion for carbon dioxide capture from coal-fired power plants.
Two grants help scientists predict stability of ice sheets
Scholars at Washington University in St. Louis are bringing their varied skills to bear on the issue of climate change and global warming.
Alzheimer’s progression tracked prior to dementia
Researchers have shown that markers in human spinal fluid and other indicators can help track the progression of preclinical Alzheimer’s disease.
WashU goes to Antarctica to study the stars
Antarctica’s climate is the most hostile of any place on Earth, so why would anyone choose to go there to study the stars?
International advisory council for Asia
Washington University’s International Advisory Council for Asia works to expand the university’s global presence. It met in New Delhi in 2012.
Insights from India
While in India with the McDonnell Academy Global Energy and Environmental Partnership, Chancellor Wrighton shared his experiences of visiting India.
MAGEEP convenes leaders in Mumbai
WUSTL’s McDonnell Academy Global Energy and Environmental Partnership gathered global leaders in India to explore sustainable energy systems.
MAGEEP Sponsors International Symposium
MAGEEP sponsors Fourth International Symposium on Energy and Environment: ACCESS DECEMBER 6-12, 2012
Director James V. Wertsch Visits State University of Campinas
Director James V. Wertsch visited McDonnell Academy partner the State University of Campinas (Unicamp) in September 2012. There he met with university leadership, faculty and students to discuss future collaboration and exchange. He also met with the leadership of Boeing Brazil in Sao Paolo. Boeing is an active academy sponsor and helps arrange meetings around the world. View a report […]
WUSTL to host Clinton Global Initiative University April 2013
Chancellor Mark S. Wrighton said, “Washington University is proud to serve as the host of the 2013 Clinton Global Initiative University.”