WashU Spaces: Keith Hengen
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
Forty middle and high school students participated in the most recent Teen Science Café in March 2018.
Yehuda Ben-Shahar awarded $770,000 by the National Science Foundation
Yehuda Ben-Shahar, associate professor of biology in Arts & Sciences, has been awarded $770,000 by the National Science Foundation to investigate how insects produce and perceive mating pheromones as species diversify.
Lecturer - Biology
The Green Office Program at Wash U
Congratulations 2018 Bunche Scholars!
Congratulations to our biology majors who will be recognized at the annual James E. McLeod Honors and Awards Ceremony as 2018 Ralph Bunche Scholars.