The new minor in humanitarian engineering and science will allow students to earn credit for service-learning activities, such as Engineers Without Borders.

Humanitarian minor encourages service learning

A new minor in humanitarian engineering and science at Missouri University of Science and Technology will allow students to earn credit for service-learning activities while opening doors for even more community service opportunities.

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Dr. Xinhua Liang.

Missouri S&T professor works to separate mixed gases

Current methods of separating mixed gases are energy-intensive, costly and inefficient. A chemical engineering professor at Missouri University of Science and Technology is developing a new, energy-efficient adsorbent that will improve common gas separation processes.

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Tatiana Lopes, an undergraduate student from Brazil, conducted light and shadow studies on the roof of Phelps County Bank's downtown drive-through as part of the solar installation project.

Missouri S&T assists Phelps County Bank with solar panel installation

Phelps County Bank’s downtown Rolla location will be drawing some of its power from the sun next spring, thanks to a partnership between the bank and Missouri University of Science and Technology. The historic four-story building at 718 N. Pine was once the Edwin Long Hotel and has been the home of Phelps County Bank […]

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Missouri S&T’s community orchestra seeks members

University students and community members who are musicians are invited to join the University and Community Symphony Orchestra at Missouri University of Science and Technology.

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‘Cyber Week’ to kick off KMST membership drive and new ‘pet project’

Public radio station KMST’s annual fall membership drive will kick off with Cyber Week Sept. 6-12 on its website, kmst.org, followed by the station’s on-air portion of the membership drive, which will be held Sept. 13-21. The goal of the fall membership drive is $70,000.

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Dr. Xinhua Liang.

Missouri S&T professor works to separate mixed gases

Current methods of separating mixed gases are energy-intensive, costly and inefficient. A chemical engineering professor at Missouri University of Science and Technology is developing a new, energy-efficient adsorbent that will improve common gas separation processes.

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Suzanna Long teaches supply chain management     Sam O'Keefe/Missouri S&T

Missouri S&T professor named SEMS president-elect

A researcher at Missouri University of Science and Technology has been named president-elect of the Society for Engineering and Management Systems (SEMS), a part of the Institute of Industrial Engineers (IIE).

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Scanning electron micrograph image of germanium nanowires electrodeposited onto an indium-tin oxide electrode from an aqueous solution.

Simpler process to grow germanium nanowires could improve lithium-ion batteries

Researchers at Missouri University of Science and Technology have developed what they call “a simple, one-step method” to grow nanowires of germanium from an aqueous solution. Their process could make it more feasible to use germanium in lithium-ion batteries.

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Missouri S&T offers the nation's first Ph.D. in explosives engineering

Ph.D. in explosives engineering offered this fall at Missouri S&T

Missouri University of Science and Technology will offer the nation’s first Ph.D. in explosives engineering beginning this fall. The new doctorate will help the university fill critical shortfalls in government and industry. In the mining industry alone, more than 5,000 engineers will retire in the next decade.

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