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Mizzou Engineering hosts 14th CANSec Workshop

Cybersecurity experts from across the region convened at the 14th Central Area Networking and Security Workshop (CANSec) hosted by Mizzou Engineering.

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Team develops method to automatically detect, identify trees

Mizzou Engineering students are developing innovative methods and software to automatically detect and identify tree species

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Team develops new method to detect cardiovascular dysfunctions

A Mizzou research team has developed a way to better identify cardiovascular dysfunctions through non-invasive sensors that translate signals from the body into information physicians can use to inform treatment decisions.

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Mizzou Engineers to present at IEEE Blockchain Conference

A Mizzou Engineering team has developed a secure Blockchain platform that insurance companies could use to streamline claims processing.

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Engineering team develops system to segment, track cells from images

A Mizzou Engineering team won a Best Paper Award at an international workshop for work around detecting and tracking cells in microscopy videos.

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Researchers use simulated environments to train AI

A Mizzou Engineering team is hoping to lead artificial intelligence (AI) into a new era by foregoing real-world data in favor of simulated environments.

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Army Research Lab internship part of ongoing research around drones

A Mizzou Engineering graduate student has returned from a two-month internship at the Army Research Laboratory (ARL) in Adelphi, Maryland, where he investigated best practices and…

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Mizzou Engineering hosts 50th AIPR Workshop

Mizzou Engineering hosted the 50th Applied Imagery Pattern Recognition (AIPR) Workshop.

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New protein prediction tool could accelerate biological discoveries

A Mizzou Engineering team has released new software that will allow computers to automatically predict protein interactions.

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Mizzou Engineer develops software tool to investigate root growth

A Mizzou Engineer has developed a software tool that could enable farmers to develop crop cultivars that are drought resistant, ensuring roots can reach falling water tables, adapt to warmer temperatures and be more resilient to environmental changes.