Author: Mindy Limback

Researcher studies fuel flow patterns for next-generation reactors

Posted by on April 15, 2013

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At Missouri University of Science and Technology, where the state’s first nuclear reactor was constructed more than 50 years ago, researchers are tracking and measuring the movement of radioisotopes to develop sophisticated new standards for the next generation of reactors.

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Missouri S&T names Tyler Fenwick as its new head football coach

Posted by on March 20, 2013

Tyler Fenwick, who has served as the offensive coordinator at Missouri Western State University for the past six seasons, has been named as the new head football coach at Missouri S&T.

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Preservation Hall Jazz Band to bring ‘Creole Christmas’ Dec. 7

Posted by on November 30, 2012

The Preservation Hall Jazz Band will bring its “Creole Christmas” performance to Missouri University of Science and Technology as part of its Campus Performing Arts Series. The performance will be held at 7:30 p.m. Friday, Dec. 7, in Leach Theatre of Castleman Hall, 10th and Main streets on the S&T campus.

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Missouri S&T students to conduct research in India

Posted by on November 26, 2012

Six students from Missouri University of Science and Technology will leave Dec. 26 for a two-week trip to western India to conduct research related to global sustainable development. The trek is part of an independent research course led by Dr. Daniel Oerther, the John A. and Susan Mathes Chair of Environmental Engineering at Missouri S&T.

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Time to change an LED light? S&T researchers design system to tell

Posted by on September 21, 2012

In many of the nation’s traffic lights, light-emitting diodes or LEDs with their brighter light and longer life have replaced standard bulbs. But knowing when to replace the signal heads has remained a guessing game, says Dr. Suzanna Long, assistant professor of engineering management and systems engineering at Missouri University of Science and Technology. That’s […]

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Study outlines supply chain challenges for lithium future

Posted by on September 21, 2012

As demand increases for lithium, the essential element in batteries for everything from cameras to automobiles, a researcher at Missouri University of Science and Technology is studying potential disruptions to the long-term supply chain the world’s lightest metal.

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Prehistoric rocks contain clues for future climate, says S&T researcher

Posted by on September 17, 2012

For most of the past decade, Dr. Wan Yang has spent his summers in the Bogda Mountains in northwest China, collecting rock samples that predate dinosaurs by millions of years in an effort to better understand the history of the earth’s climate and perhaps gain clues about future climate change.

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Ancient structural element leads to new ideas in bridge building

Posted by on June 4, 2012

Researchers at Missouri University of Science and Technology are bridging a gap between an ancient structural element and modern technology.

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Missouri S&T’s Engineers Without Borders plans four summer trips

Posted by on April 26, 2012

The student chapter of Engineers Without Borders at Missouri University of Science and Technology plans to make four trips this summer to communities in Bolivia, Honduras and Guatemala. The student-led teams will continue their efforts to provide sanitation and sustainable drinking water systems to these remote villages.

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Missouri S&T graduates helping bridge the technological workforce gap

Posted by on April 17, 2012

As the U.S. economic recovery continues its struggle to gain traction, companies across the nation are eager to hire new college graduates who can replenish their aging talent pool in specific areas. With a record graduating class next month, Missouri University of Science and Technology is helping fill the growing demand for technologically savvy individuals in areas that are most poised for growth: business, computer science, and electrical, computer and mechanical engineering.

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