The architecture of virus transmission

InCEES Professor, Hongxi Yin, explores whether using portable furnaces to sterilize contaminated building exhaust might help to stem COVID-19, the 2019 novel coronavirus.

InCEES-funded research has implications for harvesting energy from sunlight

A research collaboration between chemists in Arts & Sciences and engineers at the McKelvey School of Engineering, with funding from InCEES, reveals the role of oxygen vacancies in the photocatalytic activity of tungsten oxide nanowires.

Green the Church 2019

St. Louis hosted the 2019 Green the Church Summit, the largest environmental justice and sustainability conference for the Black Church. Washington University was a co-sponsor of the event, which included an array of discussions including the Green New Deal, building efficiency and water conservation, food sovereignty and public health.

WashU Experts on the U.S. withdrawal from the Paris Agreement

On Nov. 4, the Trump administration formally notified the United Nations that the United States will withdraw from the Paris Agreement on climate change. Experts from WashU weigh-in with their thoughts.


"Through InCEES, our faculty, staff and students are engaged in interdisciplinary research and application as they work in close collaboration with leaders across disciplines, industry, and government to address the world's most pressing energy, environmental, and sustainability issues."
Andrew D. Martin,
Chancellor of Washington University

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InCEES fosters research related to energy, environment and sustainability that will benefit future generations. The hub of InCEES includes six signature partners.

 


"InCEES provides a unique and exciting collaborative environment for everyone at Washington University who is interested in global issues related to energy, environment and sustainability.”
Himadri B. Pakrasi, InCEES Director