Research opportunities draw Fidalgo to MU

Maria Fidalgo joined the faculty of the Civil and Environmental Engineering Department in January as an associate professor after nine years at the Instituto Tecnologico de Buenos Aires.

Viruses gain good reputation in bacteria treatment

Viruses are infamous during cold and flu season, but research from the Civil and Environmental Engineering Department shows their effectiveness, especially when paired with more commonly-used methods, in destroying bacteria during wastewater treatment.

One of a kind: college soils laboratory unites characterization services, geotechnical testing

Soil science is life science. And the geotechnical engineers and soil scientists in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering working to invigorate the University of Missouri’s Soil Characterization Laboratory are enthusiastic about the critical nature of the work they are doing and its potential impact within the State of Missouri and beyond. “Can you […]

MU team reaches semi-final round of wastewater design competition

A five-member team from the University of Missouri College of Engineering made it to the semi-finalist round of the 2011-2012 AECOM Water Student Design Competition. MU undergraduate researchers Kristen Powers and Liu Cao, environmental engineering doctoral candidate Shashikanth, biological engineering major Samuel Drysdale, and A&S student John Pershing and worked this semester on a design […]

Researchers explore ways to give amphibians rights of way

Story by: Sarah Scully Kathleen Trauth, an associate professor in the civil and environmental engineering at the University of Missouri, and Ray Semlitsch, a curators’ professor in biological sciences at MU, aim to guide future rights-of-way (ROWs) designs and placement of mitigation wetlands. They also plan to create experimentally proven methods to relocate rare, declining […]

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