Learn about sustainable technologies and participate in a recycling drive as you learn about environmental best-practices at Missouri University of Science and Technology’s Earth Day celebration Thursday, April 20. All events are free and open to the public.
Take part in a dancing power hour, watch a recycled fashion show and play lawn games as you learn about the benefits of being ‘green’ during the 14th annual Rolla Earth Day celebration at Missouri University of Science and Technology on Thursday, April 16. All events are free and open to the public.
A microgrid that connects the Solar Village — four student-built solar houses at Missouri University of Science and Technology — will soon begin operations to manage and store renewable energy among the four homes.
Robotic brains. Glass that can heal bones. A urine test to detect breast cancer. New insights into how Internet use could indicate depression. These were among the most notable advances in research made by Missouri S&T professors and their students in 2013. Here are 13 that were publicized during the year, but are well worth talking about again. [Read more…]
An innovative approach to “recycling” homes built for past Solar Decathlons and turning them into sustainable student and faculty housing, combined with a geothermal project that will cut campus energy use in half, helped Missouri University of Science and Technology win a 2013 Climate Leadership Award.
Missouri University of Science and Technology has won first place in the video voting component of the 2013 Second Nature Climate Leadership Awards, a month-long contest featuring sustainability initiatives at 19 colleges and universities across the country. Missouri S&T’s video will be featured online at planetforward.org over the next few months.
Missouri University of Science and Technology will be recognized in two venues this month as one of 20 colleges and universities nationwide that exemplify the mission of the American College & University Presidents’ Climate Commitment (ACUPCC) to promote education, research and community involvement on sustainability issues.
The solar house team at Missouri University of
Science and Technology will receive $100,000 from the Department of Energy to
support the construction of a new home for the 2009 Solar
Students at the University of Missouri-Rolla are getting pretty good at designing and building solar houses. This fall, the UMR Solar House Team will once again enter a house in the US. Department of Energy Solar Decathlon, a student design competition to be held in Washington, D.C., Oct. 12-20.