Mizzou Engineer leading NSF Convergence Accelerator project to ensure food safety
A Mizzou Engineer is leading a team to develop new technologies that will quickly detect foodborne pathogens with the goal of improving food safety, especially among lower socioeconomic communities.
Team using artificial intelligence to revolutionize infrared sensors
With funding from the U.S. Army, a Mizzou Engineering team and collaborators are using artificial intelligence in hopes of revolutionizing infrared sensors.
Almasri awarded patents for harvesting energy; improving imaging; producing sensors
Mizzou Engineering’s Mahmoud Almasri was recently awarded patents for harvesting energy, improving camera imaging and producing sensors.
Engineering faculty recognized for patents that take research to market
When Mizzou Engineering’s top faculty aren’t teaching the next generation of engineers, they’re busy collaborating with medical, plant science and other researchers across campus to make life better for the rest of us.
Grant from the Army Research Office Enables New Generation of Multispectral Infrared Imagers
A Mizzou Engineer and collaborator at the University of Notre Dame have received a grant from the Army Research Office to enable a new generation of multispectral infrared (IR) imagers.
MU Engineer developing sensor to improve bacteria detection in poultry
Detecting bacterial pathogens is critical for the poultry slaughtering plants and processing facilities that sell your chicken and turkey. And the quicker and more effective the test, the better it is both for consumers and those companies’ bottom lines. An interdisciplinary team of Mizzou and Lincoln University (Mo.) researchers has been perfecting an easy-to-use, portable sensor for years to solve this very issue.