Missouri Water Center works to monitor water quality, quantities; train students
When it comes to water, there are a lot of stakeholders. Not only do we all need access to clean water—including fish and wildlife—but local economies rely on lakes and rivers for agriculture and tourism. When there’s not enough, droughts can destroy a year’s worth of crops. Too much can cause flooding that devastates communities. With those factors in mind, Mizzou established the Missouri Water Center a year ago, merging two former centers.
Research team devises technique to separate crude oil, water
A Mizzou Engineering team has devised a new technique to separate crude oil and water, which could reduce the amount of contaminated water stored on industrial sites.
Undergraduate presents research around health of streams impacted by mining
Castonguay presented early findings from that work at a Joint Annual Meeting between the Missouri Section American Water Works Association (AWWA) and Missouri Water Environment Association (MWEA).
Meet Baolin Deng
Meet Professor Baolin Deng, who has spent his career working on innovative ways to remove harmful toxins from our drinking water.
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.
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.
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.