Nuclear research and energy leaders from the U.S. Department of Energy, national labs nationwide, the Nuclear Regulatory Commission, partner institutions and industry leaders have descended on MU.
A team of seven experts from universities across the region — led by Mizzou Engineering’s Timothy Middelkoop — recently received $1.4 million from the National Science Foundation to both meet regional research computing needs and provide workforce development to fill an emerging need in high-performance research computing.
Panacea’s Cloud utilizes Internet of Things devices such as smart eyewear, edge computing devices, wireless routers and virtual beacons to give first responders the ability to relay real-time information to medical directors.
While hacking databases is the main way for interested parties to gain users’ personal information, it’s not the only possibility. Intrepid attackers can use perfectly benign means to do so.
Chronic pain, diabetes, nerve damage and many other debilitating diseases that affect millions of Americans would benefit from medicine and pain management methods targeting the source of the pain.
Mizzou Engineering, in conjunction with the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine and the U.S. National Committee on Theoretical and Applied Mechanics, hosted the AmeriMech Symposium: Non-reciprocal and Topological Wave Phenomena in Solids and Fluids recently.
Bohan Sun will mark a milestone on Saturday when he earns a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering from MU before seeking a doctorate at Johns Hopkins.
Each year, Mizzou Engineering opens its doors to showcase the great work going on in its labs — work that has tremendous benefit and impact locally and globally.