Civil engineering team takes best poster award at TRB annual meeting
A Mizzou civil engineering team took a best paper award at the Transportation Research Board Annual Meeting in January.
Teaching Spot new tricks
Students in the Autonomous Systems Lab at Mizzou Engineering are teaching Spot the robot some new tricks.
Buttlar gives keynote at International Data Science for Pavements Symposium
A civil engineering professor gave the keynote address around using big data to inform transportation decisions.
Harnessing the power of AI to advance knowledge of Type 1 diabetes
An interdisciplinary team of researchers from the University of Missouri, Children’s Mercy Kansas City and Texas Children’s Hospital has used a new data-driven approach to learn more about persons with Type 1 diabetes.
Mizzou Engineer studies motorist behavior around truck platoons
Professor Carlos Sun recently led a study investigating how motorists behave when faced with a truck platoon in work zones.
Interdisciplinary team to study practices, policies around Missouri River
A Mizzou Engineer is leading an interdisciplinary team tasked with creating innovative, practical and balanced ways to manage the Missouri River’s water resources.
Mizzou Engineers take honors at MOCAP poster competition
Mizzou Engineers took top honors from a poster competition held as part of the annual summit of the Missouri Center for Advanced Power Systems (MOCAP).
Engineer receives $2.3 million grant to investigate new disease
Professor Shinghua Ding has received a five-year, $2.3 million grant from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) to investigate a previously unknown disease.
MU announces creation of the Missouri Water Center
The University of Missouri today announced the creation of the Missouri Water Center, a central hub for research on the state’s water resources.
Adolescent psychological well-being tied to adult risk of cardiovascular disease, study finds
Scientists have known for years that a person’s risk of cardiovascular disease (CVD) can be lowered with lifestyle changes such as modifying diet, exercise, alcohol and tobacco use. Now Anand Chockalingam and Sharan Srinivas at the University of Missouri demonstrate in a new study that a long-term association also exists between an adolescent’s psychological well-being and their risk of CVD as an adult.