For Joseph Weber, the aviation industry is a family business.
Weber, of St. Louis, finished a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering in December 2022 from Missouri S&T, and he will finish his MBA from S&T in the coming days.
Right after graduation, he will start working for Boeing as a systems engineer in a position he’s had lined up since November of last year.Read More »
Missouri S&T aerospace engineering student Katie Frogge is one of the first members of the public to get an inside look at the cockpit of a new Boeing aircraft and to test its advanced training system.Read More »
Researchers at Missouri University of Science and Technology recently worked with The Boeing Company to establish a new nondestructive evaluation laboratory that uses millimeter wave technology to improve the detection of potential flaws in coatings, surfaces and materials.Read More »
Officials from Missouri University of Science and Technology today (Tuesday, Sept. 16, 2014) announced a master research agreement with Boeing that will allow the two organizations to work more closely on research projects for the aerospace company.Read More »
The Boeing Co. has donated $150,000 to the University of Missouri-Rolla to support the university’s work to introduce engineering to Missouri’s middle and high schools.Read More »
Researchers at the University of Missouri-Rolla are helping to develop a two-layer, chromate-free coating system to protect military equipment, especially aircraft, from corrosion. The two layers consist of a non-chromate conversion coating and self-priming ultra-violet light materials.Read More »
The entire fleet of F-15s in the U.S. Air Force is getting primed for future flights, thanks to chrome-free inhibitor technology originally developed at the University of Missouri-Rolla.Read More »