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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).

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VP at Procter & Gamble shares advice with students in leadership course

Knuth, Vice President of Research & Development at Proctor & Gamble, encourages students wanting leadership skills to take Engineering 2001.

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Five Engineers receive Mizzou ’39 award

Five Mizzou Engineering students were selected for the Mizzou 39 Award, a prestigious honor that recognizes outstanding academic achievement, leadership and service to the University of Missouri.

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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.

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Smithey shares lessons in leadership at Mizzou Engineering

Be the leader other people want to follow. Have a vision while being approachable. And remember that leadership and management aren’t always the same things. Those were some key take-aways Sheri Smithey, PhD, AgE ’93, shared with Mizzou Engineers earlier this week.

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Tellatin named to Forbes’ 30 under 30 roster

Sami Tellatin '15 was named to the Forbes 30 under 30 list. She is co-founder of FarmRaise.

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BBCE Fall 2021 Capstone Projects

Seniors in the Department of Biomedical, Biological and Chemical Engineering (BBCE) at Mizzou conclude their coursework with a semester-long capstone project. Through these capstones, students apply their classroom learning to develop prototypes to solve real-world issues.

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Coenzyme NAD+ could be key to treating debilitating diseases

Boosting the production of a certain metabolite in the human body may be key to preventing or treating debilitating diseases such as Parkinson’s and Lou Gehrig’s Disease.

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Researcher bioengineers heart valve scaffolding

A Mizzou Engineer is developing biodegradable heart valve scaffolds that can replace damaged valves, and grow and function as native tissue valves.

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Alumnus earns spot on Forbes 30 under 30

A Mizzou alumnus was named to Forbes’ 30 under 30, a national list that recognizes the brightest entrepreneurs, leaders and rising young stars in the United States.