The Catholic University of America

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Spring 2014

Rao team 

"Beautiful Intricate Machines"

virusCUA’s Bacteriophage T4 Lab, led by Venigalla Rao, is on a quest to develop vaccines for some of the world’s deadliest bacteria and viruses.


T4 graphic image created by Victor Padilla Sanchez, a Ph.D. student in Rao’s lab.


 

For Some, the Road to Sainthood
Goes Through CUA

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As students, they took classes, walked the campus, and studied at the library. Now these alumni could be named saints.


 

  
 

All Things Irish

Index thumb 2From step dancing to language and culture classes, there is a broad interest in all things Irish at CUA.

 

 

Digital Edition

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Photo Galleries

March for Life

Aquinas Mass

 

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