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 »
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 »
Tyler Nguyen, a sophomore at Missouri S&T, says electrical engineers are vital when it comes to “Creating the Future,” which is the theme of National Engineers Week 2023.Read More »
An aspiring computer engineer at Missouri University of Science and Technology says it was a gaming system from the past that first inspired him to create technology for the future. This goes hand-in-hand with the theme of National Engineers Week 2023, which is “Creating the Future.” “It all started when my grandpa took me to […]Read More »
Smartphones have traditionally been fragile, with the glass screens easily chipping or cracking. Many people have grown to accept this as a part of life, but Dr. Qiang Fu, an alumnus of Missouri S&T, is working to help “create the future” through his work in co-developing products that are used in consumer electronics.Read More »
A mining professor at Missouri University of Science and Technology is doing his part when it comes to “Creating the Future,” which is the theme for National Engineers Week 2023, by focusing on the environmental and safety aspects of the mining industry.Read More »
Missouri S&T design team projects will be featured at the SciFest Engineering Expo at the Saint Louis Science Center from 9:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 25. Visitors will be able to see student-designed rockets, a rover and more, as well as talk to student representatives from several design teams.Read More »
When many people hear the term “bioengineering,” they may not understand exactly what that entails. Dr. Hu Yang, the Doshi Endowed Department Chair of Chemical and Biochemical Engineering at Missouri S&T, hopes to help with this and explain the importance and future implications of this discipline.Read More »