Recycling to build a sustainable home

Recycling just got environmentally friendlier. Jeff Owens, a College of Engineering research assistant and physics graduate student, is coordinating an on–campus aluminum can drive to raise money to build an affordable home for a needy local family. While Owens plans to build the home under the auspices of the Christian housing ministry called Habitat for […]

CoE researchers receive funding for sensitive cancer detection devices

Two MU College of Engineering researchers working on tabletop cancer detection devices will receive $470,000 from a private foundation dedicated to accelerating the development of new medical technologies. Xudong Fan and John Viator, both assistant biological engineering professors, have each won grants from the Wallace H. Coulter Foundation, a Florida–based not–for–profit foundation that supports biomedical […]

Positioning high school students for engineering careers

Scores of Missouri high school students will learn about innovative engineering this month as they ponder who “Thomas” married. Armed with global positioning system (GPS) units, College of Engineering Summer Camp participants will seek to use location coordinates to answer that and other questions during a GPS scavenger hunt on campus. It’s one of several […]

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