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Past Events Landing Page | Center for the Humanities
Search all events. Search. Categories. Choose Year:. January 25 to 26. 2019 Modeling Interdisciplinary Inquiry Conference. Umrath Lounge. Jan 25-. Jan 26. 2019 Modeling Interdisciplinary Inquiry Conference. Umrath Lounge. February 01, 2019. 4:00 PM.
https://humanities.wustl.edu/past-events/2019

Seeing Cancer | Digital Outlook
by the military also work in the war against cancer? ... It appears to be the first contrast agent to mark cancer cells universally — breast, prostate, liver, brain, colon, leukemia and lymphoid cancers, even metastatic cells.
https://outlook.wustl.edu/2014/aug/seeing-cancer/

Past Events Landing Page | Center for the Humanities
Organized by Film and Media Studies and cosponsored by the Center for the Humanities, Performing Arts Department, Department of Art History & Archaeology, Department of Psychological & Brain Sciences, and Program in
https://humanities.wustl.edu/past-events/2018

Promise the future | Digital Outlook
5. The idea of a brain-computer interface has been a flagship technology and scientific endeavor of the CINT. ... Leuthardt and his colleagues are developing advanced techniques to locate and preserve critical areas of brain function.
https://outlook.wustl.edu/2013/feb/promise-the-future/

Research Innovations History | Computer Science & Engineering at WashU
the university to gain access to advanced computational resources needed to support a variety of demanding research activities, including projects in brain mapping, computational microscopy and DNA mapping and sequencing. ... The resulting distributed
https://cse.wustl.edu/about/research-innovations-history.html

The Division of Biology & Biomedical Sciences
Massachusetts School of Professional Psychology. Matatu, Inc. Mattson Jack Group. Max Planck Institute - Brain Research. ... Texas Wesleyan University. Texas-Dallas, U. of. Text-Rx. The Allen Institute for Brain Science.
http://dbbs.wustl.edu/alumni/AlumniSearch/Pages/AlumniListing.aspx

What Ukraine Is Teaching Us - Common Reader
Cognitive scientist John Vervaeke points out that our lives have meaning when we feel connected to the world around us—and our brains need those reference points just to function. ... Leftists and other anti-fascists have joined the Azov, swelling its
https://commonreader.wustl.edu/what-ukraine-is-teaching-us/

Blast-related injuries detected in the brains of U.S. military personnel - The Source - Washington University in St. Louis
Blast-related injuries detected in the brains of U.S. military personnel. By Michael C. ... Detection of blast-related traumatic brain injury in U.S. military personnel. The New England Journal of Medicine, June 2, 2011.
https://source.wustl.edu/2011/06/blastrelated-injuries-detected-in-the-brains-of-us-military-personnel/

Evan Gordon — Research Profiles at Washington University School of Medicine
Personal profile. Research interests. Dr. Gordon’s research focuses on the noninvasive identification and characterization of functional brain units within individual human brains. ... White Matter Medicine & Life Sciences 23%. Traumatic Brain Injury
https://profiles.wustl.edu/en/persons/evan-gordon

Spanish
Fields of Study›. Spanish. Speaking Spanish is the key to unlocking the cultures, traditions and experiences of 20 different countries throughout the world. From the medieval knights and Don Quixote to the modern novels by prize-winning authors
https://bulletin.wustl.edu/undergrad/artsci/spanish/