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 shift to remote operations today (Monday, Jan. 22), due to inclement weather. Classes will be held remotely. Instructors should provide any necessary resources, such as Zoom links or online learning materials. Scheduled in-person events that do not transition to virtual events will be postponed. Please contact the event organizer for details. Essential […]Read More »