AEPA Architects Engineers, P.C Company Profile

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AEPA Architects Engineers, P.C. has served US and international clients with unparalleled professional services since 1976. From offices both in the US and Asia, AEPA offers a wide array of services including:
• High-rise Commercial/ Residential design
• Environmental Facilities design- Water Treatment
• Biomedical Research, Pharmaceutical and
Health Care Facilities design
• Interior Design, Space Planning/Programming
• Master Planning
• Construction Quality Management

AEPA Architects Engineers, P.C. is a leading firm in the highly specialized field of biotechnology facility design. AEPA's expertise in this area has earned international recognition among the scientific and professional communities.

AEPA emphasizes individualized client service and reliance on design professionals with proven track records and current knowledge of rapidly changing industry standards. Our projects range from small renovations and additions, to major biotechnological and commerical centers. Regardless of size, each project is afforded the expertise and innovation of senior personnel to ensure the best possible outcome for our clients.


2421 Pennsylvania Avenue NW
District of Columbia
United States of America


Phone: (202) 822-8320
Fax: (202) 457-0908

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Architects, painters and sculptors conceive of spaces in different ways from other people and from each other, finds a new study by UCL and Bangor University researchers.

MIT engineers develop shape-shifting food ‘to democratise design of noodles’

Engineers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) have developed edible films that sprout into 3D structures when submerged in water.

MIT engineers develop shape-shifting food 'to democratise design of noodles’

Engineers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) have developed edible films that sprout into 3D structures when submerged in water.

What a locust's nose taught engineers about monkeys' ears

A team of biomedical engineers recently completed a study offering profound implications for how sensory information may be encoded in the brain.

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New Center Brings Together Biologists, Engineers to Improve Crops

University of Wisconsin–Madison botanist hopes facility will someday soon be a hub for biologists, engineers, and agronomists to collaborate on improving crops—by measuring them

Beyond the Lab: Workshop Hosted by Top Media Publication & Alan Alda?s Center Transforms Scientists and Engineers into Storytellers

Scientists and engineers can apply now for free online workshop and mentoring focused on publishing blogs and op-eds for magazines, newspapers and other news outlets

What a locust's nose taught engineers about monkeys' ears

Is there an opposite for the smell of a rose? Is silence simply the absence of sound? The results of a recent study by a team of biomedical engineers in the School of Engineering & Applied Science at ...

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Revealing Additional Stereocomplementary Pairs of Old Yellow Enzymes by Rational Transfer of Engineered Residues.

Every year numerous protein engineering and directed evolution studies are published, increasing the knowledge which could be used by protein engineers. Here we test a protein engineering strategy tha...

Energy and mass balances related to climate change and remediation.

The goal of this paper is to provide a forum for a broad interdisciplinary group of scientists and engineers to see how concepts of climate change, energy, and carbon remediation strategies are relate...

Epigenetic Regulation: A New Frontier for Biomedical Engineers.

Gene expression in mammalian cells depends on the epigenetic status of the chromatin, including DNA methylation, histone modifications, promoter-enhancer interactions, and noncoding RNA-mediated regul...

Development of a model for activated sludge aeration systems: linking air supply, distribution, and demand.

During the design of a water resource recovery facility, it is becoming industry practice to use simulation software to assist with process design. Aeration is one of the key components of the activat...

ACTIVIS: Visual Exploration of Industry-Scale Deep Neural Network Models.

While deep learning models have achieved state-of-the-art accuracies for many prediction tasks, understanding these models remains a challenge. Despite the recent interest in developing visual tools t...

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Tobacco Tactics Website for Operating Engineers

This is a research study to test our Tobacco Tactics intervention among Operating Engineers (heavy equipment workers). The intervention group will be directed to the Tobacco Tactics websi...

Computer Vision System for the Blind Veteran

This is a feasibility study involving a small number of blind subject to evaluate the effectiveness of using a software and associated hardware components to assist the blind in identifyin...

Implementation of a Smartphone Application in Medical Education: A Randomised Trial

This study addresses the effectiveness of a smartphone application to improve academic performance among medical students. Participants will be randomised to receive an application develop...

Long Time Interval Analysis for Non Invasive Measurement of Cardiac Output

A group of engineers at Michigan State developed a novel waveform analysis technique ("Long Time Interval Analysis" [LTIA]) that attempts to estimate cardiac output non-invasively. Retrosp...

Blood Flow Effects on Silicon Substrates

This is a non-randomized, open label, uncontrolled first in human safety study, testing the the material used in the artificial kidney device in subjects already on hemodialysis. Six subj...

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