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New research conducted by MU Engineering could lead to water being harvested in space

The Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering created a team to conduct an experiment in a zero-gravity environment.

MU makes three-year commitment to Aspire to diversify STEM faculty, teaching

Aspire is a three-year commitment to help MU diversify its STEM faculty and be more inclusive in their teaching, research, mentoring and advising.

MU researchers continue to retrain immune system to fight cancer after receiving a $3.7 million grant

The study is developing a compound called “fab fragment” that will increase the sensitivity of T cells to cancer cells.

Shamrock refurbishment project repairs long standing home of MU tradition

The work on the Engineering Shamrock Plaza looks to repair the concrete around the shamrock and add two new benches.

Engineering researchers work to advance automatic driver assistance functions

This technology was adopted in response to negative consumer opinion about the current ADAS systems and their accuracy.

Hyperloop visits campus, brings bright future to Missouri transportation

The future of transportation is all-electric, just add vacuums and magnets.

Google Engineering networking events stress importance of inclusivity, diversity in the workplace

Events held by Google engineers last week at the MU College of Engineering included resume and interview workshops and talks about life as a software engineer.

Camp COE enables students to have reliable support system for their time at MU

Camp COE offered events for students to get involved including zip-lining, paintball, a climbing wall and Tom-a-Hawk throwing.

College of Engineering holds second annual Research Day, shares innovation with campus

This year, the college added a poster competition, featuring topics such as the detection of vocal fatigue, the selective removal of PPCPs and carbon nanotubes in fuel cell catalysis.

Student engineering team designs renewable energy housing capstone

The team of civil engineers branched out into areas such as heating and ventilation, plumbing and irrigation, and electrical engineering to make a design for the Solar Decathlon.

Discussion of Missouri Hyperloop comes to campus

Students pitched their ideas regarding a new fast-paced mode of transportation to Virgin Hyperloop One, the Missouri Innovation Center, Black & Veatch and Olsson Associates.

MU College of Engineering student chosen as first recipient of EWF fellowship

The fellowship is the result of a partnership between the MU College of Engineering and the Executive Women’s Forum.

Bioengineering capstone course implements theater techniques

The class encourages students to think using more divergent methods to find more than one solution to a problem.

MU professors’ startup creates product that whitens teeth with a smartphone

Novashine not only increases whitening efficacy but lessens sensitivity with an LED tray that lights up when plugged into a smartphone.

MU College of Engineering partners with driving safety campaign

The “Buckle Up Phone Down” campaign is designed to spread awareness about the dangers of distracted driving and not wearing seat belts.

MESC and NSBE co-host College of Engineering Career Fair

NSBE president Walta Abraham: “It was a great opportunity because you got to learn from other engineers that have similar, yet different experiences on campus at the same time.”

MU fires professor for misconduct and violating contract with the university

A former colleague called former MU professor Galen Suppes’ behavior “frequently unprofessional and inappropriate.”

Mizzou Athletics explores ways of creating ‘zero waste’ at Memorial Stadium after study released

The study found that Memorial Stadium generates over 47 metric tons of waste over five games, most of which is unsold food from concession stands.

College of Engineering receives $131,533 equipment donation from Rockwell Automation

Beginning in October, College of Engineering students will have access to 15 new workstations through their coursework.

Researchers display agricultural engineering technologies at event last Saturday

MU’s agricultural engineering department began in 1917, but no longer exists as a separate academic department.