Daniel Miller, a recent biological sciences M.S. graduate, built this do-it-yourself microscope with a smartphone and less than $10 in materials. (Photo by Sam O'Keefe.)

Reinventing biology lab with $10 and a smartphone

With nothing more than a smartphone and less than $10 of trinkets and hardware supplies, students at Missouri University of Science and Technology can build their own microscopes this fall as part of a biology lab.

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Dr. Lian Duan (right), assistant professor of mechanical and aerospace engineering, works with Chao Zhang, a Ph.D. candidate in aerospace engineering.

Researcher receives Young Investigator Award for wind tunnel research

Dr. Lian Duan, assistant professor of mechanical and aerospace engineering at Missouri University of Science and Technology, has received a Young Investigator Award from the Air Force Office of Scientific Research to support his research on how noise affects wind tunnel testing of boundary-layer transition for high-speed, hypersonic flight.

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Missouri S&T among Money magazine’s top universities

A new ranking of universities by Money magazine lists Missouri University of Science and Technology as No. 86 in the nation and the top-ranked public university in Missouri.

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Missouri S&T’s Engineers Without Borders heads to Bolivia

The student chapter of Engineers Without Borders (EWB) at Missouri University of Science and Technology is heading to Tacachia, Bolivia, before the start of the fall semester to install a potable water system that will provide access to safe drinking water for the Andean community.

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Missouri S&T’s Free Fall Film Festival starts Sept. 2

View new and classic films during Missouri University of Science and Technology’s 2014 Free Fall Film Festival. The first film in the series will be the 2013 comedy-drama “Her.”

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Missouri S&T’s Engineers Without Borders heads to Bolivia

The student chapter of Engineers Without Borders (EWB) at Missouri University of Science and Technology is heading to Tacachia, Bolivia, before the start of the fall semester to install a potable water system that will provide access to safe drinking water for the Andean community.

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Understanding Richard Russo

New book by S&T author explores American novelist Richard Russo

Novelist Richard Russo is known for chronicling American small towns, particularly those in the hard-hit rural manufacturing towns of the Northeast. A new book by Dr. Kathleen Drowne explores the techniques Russo uses, as well as the significant themes that run throughout his works.

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Missouri S&T among Money magazine’s top universities

A new ranking of universities by Money magazine lists Missouri University of Science and Technology as No. 86 in the nation and the top-ranked public university in Missouri.

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Daniel Miller, a recent biological sciences M.S. graduate, built this do-it-yourself microscope with a smartphone and less than $10 in materials. (Photo by Sam O'Keefe.)

Reinventing biology lab with $10 and a smartphone

With nothing more than a smartphone and less than $10 of trinkets and hardware supplies, students at Missouri University of Science and Technology can build their own microscopes this fall as part of a biology lab.

[Read More...]