Day: April 12, 2016
Dr. Klaus Woelk, associate professor of chemistry at Missouri University of Science and Technology, has been selected to share his blended laboratory teaching techniques at the Higher Learning Commission Annual Conference.Read More »
From hip and knee joints to complex fuel injectors, metal additive manufacturing — an advanced form of 3-D printing involving lasers and powder-based metals — can produce components that traditional machining processes cannot match in time-to-part, geometric complexity and manufacturing cost.
A team of Missouri University of Science and Technology researchers is collaborating with Honeywell Federal Manufacturing & Technologies in Kansas City, Missouri on a five-year project to perform material analysis for the selective laser melting (SLM) process in metal powder bed. Dr. Ming Leu, Keith and Pat Bailey Missouri Distinguished Professor of Integrated Product Manufacturing and the director of the Intelligent Systems Center at Missouri S&T, is leading a team of seven other Missouri S&T professors on the project.Read More »
Ken Kulosa, former Chicago Symphony cellist and current St. Louis Symphony Community Partnership instructor, will perform during the University and Community Symphony Orchestra spring concert at Missouri University of Science and Technology this month.Read More »