Mizzou team ranks first in category at CASP15 protein prediction competition
A Mizzou Engineering team ranked within the top 10 in four different categories at an international protein prediction competition last month.
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.
Osaze earns 3MT People’s Choice Award for turning tricky plastic into insulation
A PhD student has discovered a way to turn unrecyclable plastic into building insulation that is 150% more effective than its untampered state on the market. For his research, Osasu Osaze earned the People’s Choice Award at this year’s 3MT competition sponsored by the University of Missouri Graduate School.
Hassan selected to participate in Rising Stars in EECS workshop
Omiya Hassan, a PhD student in electrical engineering, was selected to attend Rising Stars in EECS, a prestigious academic career workshop being held at the University of Texas at Austin next week.
Team investigates methods to make VPP-based 3D printing more sustainable
From custom car parts to medical equipment, vat-photopolymerization (VPP) based 3D printing is expected to usher in a new age of manufacturing. Before it becomes interwoven in our daily lives, however, a Mizzou Engineering team is investigating how to make the process more sustainable.
Explore graduate school, funding opportunities at Research Open House
Did you know earning a master’s degree significantly boosts your earning potential? Or, if you’re interested in pursuing a career in research, whether in an academic or lab setting, a PhD is a must. Don’t worry; Mizzou Engineering can help cover the cost of graduate school for qualified students.
Cracking the code: Engineering team devises improved way to predict cracks
Cracks can cause serious problems on roads and bridges, as they compromise the strength and soundness of a structure. A Mizzou…
Heart of the matter: Oliver part of team devising new way to detect heart disease
Heart disease remains the leading cause of death in the U.S., many times claiming its victims without warning. Maggie Oliver, a PhD student in mechanical engineering, hopes to help to change that. She’s…
Mizzou Engineering team devises novel way to non-invasively monitor heart problems
In the future, people with heart problems may be able to monitor their condition from home, ensuring they are taking the appropriate type and amount of medicine. That’s because a Mizzou Engineering research team has devised a way to non-invasively assess whether a person’s heart is in balance with the circulatory system. The work earned…
Mizzou Engineers help locate remote bomas in East Africa through geospatial AI
Mizzou Engineers have helped a non-profit agency by using artificial intelligence to locate bomas, or small huts, in remote areas of Eastern Africa.