New center aims to use gut microbiome discoveries to improve human nutrition

A new center at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis aims to tackle the challenges of feeding the world’s rapidly expanding population and improving global health by linking efforts to develop more nutritious foods with discoveries gleaned from the gut microbiome.

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Numerous DBBS Biosciences Disciplines Ranked in Top 20 in the World

Check out the full list of WUSTL World Rankings Here!

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Young Science Scholars Try Out Consulting As a Professional Plan B

Scientists trust numbers. And the employment numbers for graduate students seeking academic jobs in many fields aren’t encouraging. So life-sciences doctoral students at Washington University in St. Louis started a nonprofit consulting firm aimed at providing industry experience to graduate students looking for a professional Plan B.

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The role of KLF2 in T cell differentiation and localization

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Small Molecule Probes of Protease Activity: Applications to Cancer, Inflammation and Infectious Diseases

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Origins of AIDS and Malaria in humans

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Mousehouse: A better way to organize your mice.

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