NRC preparing for new types of reactors

Nuclear Regulatory Commission Chairman Dale Klein urged students at a regional conference recently held by Mizzou Engineering to tackle the complex technological issues he predicted nuclear engineers soon will face. The nuclear renaissance now under way in the United States probably will generate plans for nuclear reactors unlike the light-water reactors that currently dominate reactor […]

Advanced engineering cutting Lafferre Hall energy costs

Supporting the increasingly popular view that environmentalism is good business, energy conservationists have saved about $55,000 since installing advanced remote sensing technology in a portion of Mizzou Engineering’s Lafferre Hall six months ago. “Remote sensing and control has progressed dramatically during the last five to 10 years, and is being used for all sorts of […]

Mizzou Engineering students selected for national programs

Two Mizzou civil engineering students have earned berths in prestigious Washington, D.C. programs slated for this spring and summer. Senior James Bryce will participate this summer in the nine-week Washington Internships for Students of Engineering (WISE) program, ranked among the best 109 internships in the nation by The Princeton Review. Graduate student Kathy Masterson will […]

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