A University of Missouri College of Engineering student in mechanical and aerospace engineering won third place at a National Science Foundation (NSF) workshop for his work in producing a new, thinner variety of blast-resistant glass.
A team of Mizzou Engineering researchers is seeking to develop complex surveillance software that would alert American troops to deadly explosives before they can be deployed. Most U.S. combat casualties in Iraq have been caused by explosive devices, according to Department of Defense records. Military officials have sought to thwart these improvised explosive devices-commonly known […]
Randy Curry, professor of electrical and computer engineering in the College of Engineering and director of MU’s Center for Physical and Power Electronics, has been working with Boeing Company’s Advanced Global Strike Systems division for two years on technology capable of remotely countering explosive devices. The $3 million program to help refine that technology is […]