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Biology community comes together to share thoughts, concerns about COVID-19

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On March 4, 2020, members of the Department of Biology came together to share their stories, feelings, and concerns surrounding the spread of SARS-CoV-2 as well as the spread of fear, racism, and xenophobia related to COVID-19 disease.

Kings of the Eisendrath Garden

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Monarch butterflies hatch in front of Rebstock Hall

Washington People: Gerry Rohde

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If you ever find yourself in Rebstock 133, you can expect to be greeted by a tall man wearing bell-bottoms and aviator sunglasses.

One Undergrad's Experience in Shanghai with the Global MedPrep Scholars Program

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Maya Chan is third-year undergraduate student fulfilling a Biology Major and Anthropology Minor. Last fall semester, she studied abroad in Shanghai, China through the Global MedPrep Scholars Program.

Faculty Spotlight: Jonathan Losos

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Read about Jonathan's background and his new collaboration with MOBOT and the STL Zoo.

WashU Spaces: Keith Hengen

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Keith Hengen is wowed by the organizational prowess of our brains. How, he wonders, do hundreds of millions of neurons interact reliably time after time, especially given that the proteins that power neurons have half-lives on the order of seconds to hours?

Hands-on event teaches St. Louis teens about cell biology

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Forty middle and high school students participated in the most recent Teen Science Café in March 2018.

The Green Office Program at Wash U

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