ASM toolkit supports materials science and engineering

Missouri S&T was one of three colleges to receive a materials design software and database package called the American Society for Metals Materials Genome Toolkit.

The kit includes a three-year, multi-user license to a package of Thermo-Calc Software. It will help give materials science and engineering students design skills they can use in research in industry or on federally funded projects.

It will also help them understand subjects like thermodynamics, kinetics and phase transformations, all of which are crucial in materials engineering.

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