Why does a Great Dane have a shorter lifespan than a pug? The answer lies in a complex relationship between energy usage and lifespan. That relationship is quickly being unraveled through the use of numerical modeling by a researcher at Missouri University of Science and Technology.
Archives for January 2016
Missouri University of Science and Technology will celebrate Black History Month this February with numerous events taking place throughout the month.
Area children are invited to join Missouri University of Science and Technology’s Ballet and Dance Club in its upcoming production of “Alice in Wonderland” in February. Young dancers can attend a dance camp on Saturday, Jan. 30, to learn the opening dance.
For the second year in a row, the Missouri University of Science and Technology arts, languages, and philosophy department has received a grant to offer a Hispanic Film Series at Missouri S&T. As part of the series, five films will be screened free of charge on Friday nights during the spring semester. All films are in Spanish with English subtitles. [Read more…]
Three Missouri University of Science and Technology students have been selected for the 2016 cohort of the University of Missouri System Entrepreneurial Scholars and Interns Program. A total of 18 students from the four UM System campuses were selected. [Read more…]
Carol Pint, a senior in biological sciences at Missouri University of Science and Technology from Evanston, Illinois, has been chosen to perform with the Missouri All-Collegiate Band at this month’s Missouri Music Educators Association (MMEA) Conference.
The Chinese Students and Scholars Association (CSSA) at Missouri University of Science and Technology invites the area community to attend its annual Spring Festival, also called the Chinese New Year or Lunar New Year, on Sunday, Jan. 31.
Beginning with “one electrifying night” in 1969 and continuing through the mid-1970s, Elvis Presley reigned as Las Vegas’ top nightclub act. But his first attempt to win over fans in that city 60 years ago was “a painful setback” for the young performer, writes a Missouri S&T historian. [Read more…]