Hsieh’s soy chicken research moves closer to consumer kitchens

Biological engineering professor Fu-Hung Hsieh’s research into the development of a soy-based chicken substitute with the flavor and texture of the real thing has resulted in his technology’s licensing by the university to Maryland -based Savage River Farms, now known as “Beyond Meat.” Consumers will soon get a chance to taste-test it for themselves. According […]

Electrical engineer honored as ‘Best Reviewer’

Alina Zare, assistant professor of electrical and computer engineering, has been recognized by the Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers (IEEE) Geoscience and Remote Sensing Society as a 2011 Best Reviewer of the Society’s peer reviewed journal: Geoscience and Remote Sensing Letters. This honor was bestowed in recognition of her outstanding service to the journal, […]

Electrical engineer honored as ‘Best Reviewer’

Alina Zare, assistant professor of electrical and computer engineering, has been recognized by the Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers (IEEE) Geoscience and Remote Sensing Society as a 2011 Best Reviewer of the Society’s peer reviewed journal: Geoscience and Remote Sensing Letters. This honor was bestowed in recognition of her outstanding service to the journal, […]

Filmmaker, digital media instructor makes documentary about hometown disaster

UPDATE SEPT. 12, 2012: Free screening scheduled The College of Engineering’s IT program is presenting a screening of IT instructor Chip Gubera’s award-winning documentary film “Joplin, Missouri – A Tornado Story” on Thursday, Sept. 27 at 7 p.m. in Ketcham Auditorium in Thomas and Nell Lafferre Hall. It is free and open to the public. […]

Nanoantenna reinvents solar energy

The yellow dwarf star at the center of our solar system that reliably illuminates and warms this planet was considered a deity in ancient cultures. The science behind the sun’s energy only gradually occurred to the curious and the ingenious. Today, the ability to harvest solar energy is viewed as one of the foremost solutions […]

A freshman project achieves many successes

What started as a residence hall challenge turned into a project that made potential lifetime friends out of six freshmen and also gave them an unforgettable early taste of thinking and acting like engineers. Mizzou Residential Life and the Wolpers Hall Men of Engineering Learning Community sponsored a contest to launch a weather balloon that […]

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