Mizzou Engineer develops method to break down PFAS left on water treatment filters
In a recent study, Feng “Frank” Xiao and colleagues at the University of Missouri demonstrate an innovative method using thermal induction heating to rapidly break down PFAS left on the surface of two solid materials — granular activated carbon and anion exchange resins — after these materials have been used to filter PFAS from municipal water systems.
Meet Baolin Deng
Meet Professor Baolin Deng, who has spent his career working on innovative ways to remove harmful toxins from our drinking water.
Interdisciplinary team to study practices, policies around Missouri River
A Mizzou Engineer is leading an interdisciplinary team tasked with creating innovative, practical and balanced ways to manage the Missouri River’s water resources.
Researcher developing sensors to measure hormone levels in water
Fidalgo has teamed up with USGS to use sensors to measure levels of testosterone in water.
Trauth receives Watershed Management Achievement Award
Mizzou Engineering’s Kate Trauth has received a prestigious award for significant contributions to the field of watershed management.
Mizzou Engineering Team Develops New Model to Predict Algae Growth
Two Mizzou Engineering departments have teamed up to develop a new computer model that will predict algae growth. The research has the potential to increase algae production—and that could lead to cleaner water supplies.
Black & Veatch, Outside Collaborators at Work Developing Coronavirus Solutions
Pressing to expedite solutions that soften COVID-19’s impact on communities, Black & Veatch is at work collaborating with companies, entrepreneurs and a university to find pioneering ways to mitigate the coronavirus outbreak.