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Bottle of water on table in front of ocean.

New method could use less energy to turn seawater into drinking water

A Mizzou Engineer is taking another look at a desalination system that uses electricity to pull ions out of water.

Device used to measure material properties

Designing new ways to understand material

A Mizzou Engineer has designed two techniques for understanding the behavior of materials. The discoveries could be a game-changer for material scientists working to improve batteries and other technologies.

Portrait: Yi Shang

Engineering Professor’s Company One of Three Startups Recognized at Mizzou Event

 Mizzou Engineering faculty were recognized last month for taking their research ideas to market. Professor Yi Shang’s company, TigerAware, was among just three from across campus recognized for becoming startups and making first sales of products using MU technologies. The Office of Research and Economic Development hosted “Taking Your ideas to Market” on April 29. The celebration…

Portrait: Baolin Deng

Improving health by improving water filtration

A research team led by Mizzou Engineers recently published an article on how to potentially remove arsenic from ground water more efficiently with less expense for household use.

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Engineering Students Participate in Undergraduate Research Day

Four Mizzou Engineers were among 14 MU students selected to present their work during the UM System’s Undergraduate Research Day.

Gary Yao and Judith Miles pose for a photo in their lab

MU Licenses Patented Screening Technology for Autism

From the Office of Research and Economic Development Autism spectrum…

A landscape showing a narrow river shining under hazy sunlight, low mountains in the background, and trees on either side of the bank, dressed in autumn foliage.

Studying behavior could lead to sustainability solutions

At first blush, Damon Hall’s office looks somewhat out of place. Tucked in the Natural Resources Building, his shelves are lined with the kind of reading material seemingly more suited for psychology or sociology. Looks, however, can be deceiving.