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The 5G Experience

The 5G Experience

This spring semester, 19 University of Missouri students are participating in a new immersive 5G course in partnership with AT&T. The course will explore the impact of wireless technology on college campuses and beyond. The course, “Connectivity and 5G” uses a multidisciplinary approach with students and instructors from a variety of fields of study including […]

The End of Moore’s Law

The End of Moore’s Law

As our electronic devices continue to grow in power and shrink in size, the semiconductor industry has been challenged to increase the number of transistors per unit. For 50 years, the industry has basically observed Moore’s Law, named after Intel co-founder Gordon Moore. He observed in 1965 that the number of transistors per silicon chip […]

Cultural Immersion Lunch: Celebration of Black Women in Engineering One of College’s Best

Cultural Immersion Lunch: Celebration of Black Women in Engineering One of College’s Best

To finish out Women in Engineering Week and celebrate Black History Month, the College of Engineering held a cultural immersion lunch to highlight black women engineers. The lunch, held Feb. 21, was more interactive than past lunches and was one of the most well attended the College has had in recent years. About 30 students […]

Smartphones, smart cars, smart… bandages?

Smartphones, smart cars, smart… bandages?

COLUMBIA, Mo. – Nerve damage that leads to a loss of feeling or numbness in the feet is a big problem for the millions of Americans living with diabetes. As a result, foot ulcers can go untreated leading to infections and even amputations. Now, researchers at the University of Missouri are developing a bandage with “smart” […]

NSBE Honored with Coretta Scott King Organization of the Year Award

NSBE Honored with Coretta Scott King Organization of the Year Award

MU’s chapter of the National Society of Black Engineers won its first Coretta Scott King Organization of the Year Award at the MU NAACP Image Awards. The MU chapter of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored people held its university-based Image Awards Feb. 17, which are similar to the national organization’s award ceremony. […]

MU alumni give $2 million gift to NextGen Precision Health Institute

MU alumni give $2 million gift to NextGen Precision Health Institute

A $2 million gift from University of Missouri alumni will support the university’s NextGen Precision Health Institute, the capital priority for the state’s flagship campus. University officials celebrated the gift from Mike Brown, a 1979 MU graduate, and his wife Millie Brown, a 1982 graduate. “We are grateful for Mike and Millie’s tremendous support,” MU […]

Women in Engineering Week: Shining a Light on Diversity

Women in Engineering Week: Shining a Light on Diversity

The MU College of Engineering is a welcoming, inclusive college, and that message was the theme and the focus of Women in Engineering (WIE) Week, Feb. 17 – 21. Events got underway Feb. 17 with a kick-off social in Lafferre Hall, where Mizzou Engineering students had an opportunity to meet with the leaders of several […]

MU Students Develop Tool to Fight Fakery

MU Students Develop Tool to Fight Fakery

Imagine watching a video from a presidential candidate on your favorite political blog, only to find out later that the candidate not only disavows the video but claims she never made the video in the first place. These so-called “deepfake videos,” which use fabricated photos and audio, are among the biggest challenges facing the news […]

Employers Impressed with Mizzou Engineers

Employers Impressed with Mizzou Engineers

Hundreds of Mizzou Engineering students had an opportunity to meet with a variety of employers to secure internships, co-ops and full-time jobs at the College’s Spring 2020 Career Fair at the MizzouRec Center Feb. 11.  Companies that hire Mizzou Engineering grads know they will find some of the brightest, most intelligent and articulate students in […]

Engineering Students Seek Internships at Spring Career Fair

Engineering Students Seek Internships at Spring Career Fair

From freshmen to seniors, hundreds of students talked with recruiters from 185 companies at the College of Engineering’s annual spring career fair Feb. 11. Some were looking for internships while others were seeking full-time employment, but with companies from every sector of industry, students had plenty of opportunities to hand out their résumés and have […]

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