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Biological engineering doctoral student wins research award

Story by: Jashin Lin Mizzou graduate student Rebecca Whiting recently won a research award from the University of Missouri Institute for Clinical and Translational Science (MU-iCATS), for a project that aims to reduce blindness from retinal degeneration by injecting protective proteins directly into the eyes. It’s a lofty goal, but for her, it’s personal. Whiting, […]

Mizzou Engineering building security with new blast-resistant glass

Airports and government buildings soon may be less vulnerable to small-scale explosions thanks to a blast-resistant glass that two Mizzou Engineering researchers are developing. Sanjeev Khanna, a mechanical and aerospace engineering associate professor, and Zhen Chen, a civil and environmental engineering professor, have received a $250,000 grant from the U.S. Department of Homeland Security’s Science […]

Paper on nuclear battery rated as outstanding at conference

Story by: Jashin Lin Very small batteries for very small devices are the subject of Mizzou Engineering professor Jae Kwon’s recent paper submitted to the 15th International Conference on Solid-State Sensors, Actuators and Microsystems (also known this year by its snappier name, Transducers 2009). The paper was awarded the honor of being selected as “outstanding […]

Chemical engineering adds a student lounge

An MU College of Engineering renovation project that began with the razing of the high bay portion of Lafferre Hall in early in 2008 is nearing completion, with dedication slated for early November. The reconstruction, which will add upgraded classrooms, labs and student commons, is not the only new student-centric space being added within Mizzou […]

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