Engineering team receives $3M to develop improved blast-resistant curtain walls
A Mizzou Engineering team is investigating ways to keep large glass exteriors from shattering.
Engineering team tests blast resistance of sandwich walls
A team of Mizzou Engineers conducted full-scale lab experiments to see how various types of sandwich walls withstand the pressure of an explosion.
Researcher investigating new types of blast-resistant glass
Professor Hani Salim is looking into innovative new ways to keep glass from shattering in the event of a blast.
Camp COE helps Mizzou Engineers build sense of community
The concept of Camp COE — the first-ever Mizzou Engineering camp for freshmen, international and first-year graduate and transfer students — was to build a community students could grow with throughout their careers at MU. Year one was a rousing success.
Army Ants wrap up an incredible year of FIRST Robotics
Army Ants, Columbia’s FIRST Robotics team, recently wrapped a tremendous academic year. The organization includes nearly 40 students from Columbia Public Schools alongside several adult mentors. That’s where Mizzou Engineering comes in. Biomedical, Biological and Chemical Engineering Professor Kevin Gillis has been a mentor for the organization since its foundation in 2011, including spending several years as its chief mentor.