Joshua Perkins, a junior at Missouri S&T, has long been interested in having a career as a computer engineer.
The reason why?
“Computer engineers pave the way for the future,” he says.Read More »
Remember the flying cars made famous in Hanna-Barbera’s futuristic cartoon, The Jetsons, that first aired in the early 1960s?
According to Dr. Xiaosong Du, an assistant professor of aerospace engineering at Missouri S&T, a similar mode of transportation will be an option for people needing a ride across larger cities in the next 5-10 years.Read More »
A satellite developed by Missouri S&T’s student-run Satellite Research Team will soon be launched into space on SpaceX’s Falcon 9 rocket during the upcoming Transporter-10 mission.Read More »
The future of construction engineering would benefit from more women – especially minority women – being inspired to join the field and share their perspectives, according to Remy Haire, a student at Missouri S&T.Read More »
The theme for National Engineers Week 2024 is “Welcome to the Future,” and two Missouri S&T alumni say this aligns perfectly with the focus of the large aircraft startup company they founded last year.Read More »
The key to advancing future technologies lies with one of the world’s oldest industries.
That message may sound counterintuitive at first glance, but Kate Johnson, a mining engineering student at Missouri S&T, says it makes perfect sense.
Will blue-green algae growing on a window screen that cycles water eventually play a major role in humans having a sustained presence on the moon?
A group of student researchers from Missouri S&T thinks so, and their Lunar Biotech team’s project was recognized for having one of the top innovations at the Lunar Life Odyssey 2 challenge.Read More »
Missouri S&T will soon offer a graduate certificate program in standards and safety in electrical and computer engineering — likely the only program of its kind in the United States.Read More »
Missouri S&T will welcome Dr. Sharon L. Walker, dean of Drexel University’s College of Engineering, to campus Wednesday, Jan. 31, as part of the Chancellor’s Speaker Series.Read More »