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New protein prediction tool could accelerate biological discoveries

A Mizzou Engineering team has released new software that will allow computers to automatically predict protein interactions.

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Research team develops pandemic-resilient supply chain model

A Mizzou Engineering team has outlined a proposal to boost supply chain resiliency during during a global pandemic.

rumble strips

Researchers study effectiveness of rumble strips in work zones

Mizzou Engineers are helping state transportation officials investigate the effectiveness of temporary rumble strips in work zones.

Roots

Mizzou Engineer develops software tool to investigate root growth

A Mizzou Engineer has developed a software tool that could enable farmers to develop crop cultivars that are drought resistant, ensuring roots can reach falling water tables, adapt to warmer temperatures and be more resilient to environmental changes.

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Research team releases ground-breaking findings around topology optimization of structures subjected to dynamic loads

A Mizzou Engineer was part of a research team that has released ground-breaking findings that could improve the longevity and durability of bridges, buildings and other structures.

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Study explores ways to help emergency rooms better manage demand

A Mizzou Engineering team is proposing a model that could help emergency departments better manage unexpected demand.

Devices

Designing ‘smart’ security for smart devices

A Mizzou Engineering is developing a flexible, add-on security feature that allows different types of smart devices to intelligently learn from past cyberattacks.

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Mizzou Engineer provides expertise for paper in Ecology Law Quarterly

A Mizzou Engineer provided expertise on water management in a paper published in this month’s Ecology Law Quarterly.

Underground cave

Mizzou Engineer working to improve methods to detect geological, manmade underground features

A Mizzou Engineer is working with Marshall University in West Virginia to improve methods to identify geological and manmade features dozens of feet below the surface.

Self driving car

Mizzou Engineer studies perceptions of autonomous transportation

Before the public will fully embrace autonomous mobility services, companies need to increase people’s trust in the technology, a research team has found.