An team of Mizzou and Lincoln University (Mo.) researchers has been perfecting a portable sensor to solve the issue of foodborne pathogens in poultry.
The first-ever AOI Sensing Symposium was a unique example of what is possible when industry, research and education collide in search of engineering solutions for critically important global challenges.
The University of Missouri’s Coulter Translational Partnership Program awarded grants totaling $500,000 to five teams of researchers on Sept. 24. Each two-person team, consisting of an engineering faculty member and a clinician from the MU School of Medicine, received $100,000 to fund projects that have the potential to improve or save patient lives by addressing a well-defined health care need.
Each year, 40,000 cases of salmonella are reported in the United States, though the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) believes that contaminated food may cause up to 35 times that many. It is the second leading cause of food-related illness of bacterial origin. Annually, more than 400 deaths are attributed to the bacterial pathogen, with […]
A Mizzou Engineering researcher aims to shed light on nighttime military operations with a revolutionary infrared camera that would allow soldiers to see farther and more clearly than existing technology allows. Mahmoud Almasri, an electrical and computer engineering assistant professor, received in May a three-year, $200,286 grant from the Army Research Office to develop an […]