Month: September 2015
Missouri University of Science and Technology’s chapter of iGEM, the International Genetically Engineered Machine Foundation, has earned a bronze medal at the iGEM 2015 Giant Jamboree, held Sept. 24-28 in Boston. The team earned the medal for its work to combat white-nose syndrome, a disease that has killed millions of bats and threatens to disrupt the ecosystem.Read More »
For the third year in a row, Missouri University of Science and Technology has broken enrollment records. The fall 2015 enrollment at Missouri S&T, officially recorded at the end of the semester’s fourth week, is 8,889. This is the highest enrollment in the university’s history, up 2.9 percent from the official fall 2014 figure, says Deanne Jackson, Missouri S&T registrar.Read More »
A team of students at Missouri University of Science and Technology spent two years designing and building a solar-powered house filled with smart-living technology. Once it was complete, the students cut it into pieces and shipped it to California on four semitrailers to compete in an international building competition.Read More »
Missouri University of Science and Technology researchers are working to build a framework to study the online behavior of Internet users and how that behavior affects the safety of systems and networks.
Dr. Maggie Cheng, associate professor of computer science at Missouri S&T, and Dr. Fiona Nah, professor of business and information technology at Missouri S&T, are working with a two-year grant from the National Science Foundation. The researchers are looking to design experiments to study the characteristics of user behavior, Cheng says, creating a theoretical framework to study human cyber behavior.Read More »
Representatives from Missouri University of Science and Technology and Mission College, a community college located in Santa Clara, California, recently signed a transfer agreement that gives Mission students the opportunity to earn a full degree from Missouri S&T.Read More »
Missouri University of Science and Technology researchers are working to develop cyber additive manufacturing technology to create new metal materials that are stronger and lighter than conventional ones, which could make manufacturing more efficient and cheaper. The cyber manufacturing technology includes additive manufacturing process modeling, sensor network and seamless process integration.
Dr. Frank Liou, the Michael and Joyce Bytnar Professor of Product Innovation and Creativity at Missouri S&T, and Dr. Jagannanthan Sarangapani, William A. Rutledge-Emerson Electrical Co. Distinguished Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Missouri S&T, are developing cyber manufacturing technology for 3-D printers to create materials not currently in existence.Read More »
Three years after giving her first State of the University Address at Missouri University of Science and Technology, Chancellor Cheryl B. Schrader reflected on the transformation that has occurred on campus and challenged the campus community to create a culture of gratitude.Read More »