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Saving energy, saving money

Saving energy, saving money

In the last two years, the IAC has conducted energy assessments at 36 manufacturing plants, and based on the implementation data received from 24 plants, the economic impact of the energy savings on these companies will be about $6.8 million.

Dean Emeritus Thompson retires after 24 years with Mizzou Engineering

Dean Emeritus Thompson retires after 24 years with Mizzou Engineering

After 24 years of service to the MU College of Engineering, Dean Emeritus and Professor of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering Jim Thompson retired Tuesday, celebrating his long career in engineering education with family, friends and colleagues.

Mizzou Formula SAE shows out in Canada

Mizzou Formula SAE shows out in Canada

The Mizzou Formula SAE Team rode a consistent performance to a fifth-place finish out of 24 teams at the Formula North 2018 in Ontario, Canada.

Internship success: Kelch soars with Boeing

Internship success: Kelch soars with Boeing

MU Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering senior Josh Kelch maximized his engineering and leadership skills this summer, landing an internship with Boeing’s Test & Evaluation team.

MU’s Huang lands DOD grant for high-tech imaging device

MU’s Huang lands DOD grant for high-tech imaging device

Guoliang Huang utilized his funds to purchase a high-quality 3D laser vibrometer, the first of its kind to be housed at the University of Missouri. 3D laser vibrometers allow for investigation of a wide array of vibrating systems in a way that does not impact the organism or object being studied.

LEXO mug manufacturers getting the Burnout

LEXO mug manufacturers getting the Burnout

ThermAvant International — founded by Professor of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering Bill Ma — recently released another breakthrough product on the portable beverage market. Meet Burnout, the temperature-regulating travel mug guaranteed to quickly cool hot beverages such as coffee or tea to a drinkable zone of 140 degrees Fahrenheit within minutes and keep it there for hours — a quickness and longevity unmatched by competitors.

MU’s Winholtz wins Win Horner Award

MU’s Winholtz wins Win Horner Award

Being able to explain your work is a critical skill for any engineer, and Andy Winholtz’s efforts to instill it in Mizzou engineers recently earned him the Win Horner Award for Writing Intensive Teaching.

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