Missouri’s Special Blue Ribbon Panel on Hyperloop (BRPH) released its final report during a news conference on the Francis Quadrangle Oct. 28. Missouri House Speaker Elijah Haahr created the panel in March following a feasibility study completed by engineering firms Black & Veatch and Olsson. The panel, comprised of public and private leaders across Missouri, […]
The University of Missouri is unique in terms of collaborative research, with engineering, medicine and veterinary medicine schools in one location—something only 10 universities in the country can claim on a single campus. The combination of these resources — as well as those provided by schools such as law, journalism, business, and arts and science—positions […]
The gift from College of Engineering alumnus Jim Fitterling is one of the first major gifts from an individual donor for the NextGen Precision Health Institute, the capital priority for Mizzou.
Mizzou IMSE and Marketing recently partnered on a undergraduate Global Supply Chain Management certificate. Now, they’re expanding it to the graduate level.
MU hosted the Precision Medicine Summit on Wednesday, which brought exceptional faculty from MU as well as Missouri-Kansas City, Missouri-St. Louis, and Missouri S&T to highlight the breadth and quality of translational precision medicine research activities.
The Engineering Staff Advisory Council and the MU College of Engineering are supporting the United Way with two weeks of terrific events. Play bingo, enter to win fabulous raffle prizes, eat delicious food, pie some of your favorite professors in the face, emerge victorious in penny wars and more! The campaign kicks off Monday, Oct. 9 and runs through Friday, Oct. 20.
A company founded by an MU College of Engineering researcher and housed within the Missouri Innovation Center is completely reshaping the manner in which cells and tissue are preserved.
Ron McGarvey, assistant professor of Industrial and Manufacturing Systems Engineering, and Francisco Aguilar, associate professor of Forestry, recently received a three-year, nearly $500,000 National Institute of Food and Agriculture grant from the U.S. Department of Agriculture to continue research into the socioeconomic and environmental implications of growth in woody biomass use for biopower.
The University of Missouri College of Engineering and Honeywell’s Kansas City National Security Campus have a vast array of strengths, and both illustrated ways in which they plan to maximize those advantages together at the Honeywell Collaboration Kickoff on April 14 at Memorial Union.