St. Pat’s: S&T goes green

For a few days in March, the Missouri S&T campus — and the Rolla community — paint the town green. Here are a few scenes from the 109th Best Ever St. Pat’s. See more photos from the weekend. [Read more…]

Robotic bridge inspector could slash traffic delays

Missouri S&T received a $1.4 million University Transportation Center (UTC) tier 1 grant to develop robotic tools to inspect and maintain bridges and highways. These tools, which could be used from the air or from the side of a structure, will make such inspections faster, safer and more reliable. [Read more…]

‘Mr. S&T’ hangs up his slide rule

No matter whether you call it MSM, UMR or Missouri S&T, Jerry Bayless has called it home. [Read more…]

Solar house appears in Julia Child book

When you think of classic gourmet cooking, you think of Julia Child … and Missouri S&T. Well, not typically, but in October, one of S&T’s solar houses was featured in a new book inspired by the famous chef. [Read more…]

Splitting water, producing hydrogen

Researchers at Missouri S&T believe they have found a way to make hydrogen fuel a more viable energy source. Their approach? An efficient and inexpensive way to split water into its elements, hydrogen and oxygen. [Read more…]

S&T researcher wants to pick your brain, electronically

Keng Siau wants to cut out the middle man in market research gathering — paper and electronic surveys — and go straight to your brain to get your opinion. [Read more…]

Chancellor Cheryl B. Schrader: a legacy of progress

After five years at the helm of Missouri S&T, Chancellor Cheryl B. Schrader will step into a new leadership role on July 1, when she becomes president of Wright State University in Fairborn, Ohio. [Read more…]

Hernandez wins IEEE-HKN award

The IEEE-Eta Kappa Nu (IEEE-HKN) board of governors awarded The Alton B. Zerby and Carl T. Koerner Outstanding Student Award to Emily Hernandez, EE’16, of the IEEE-HKN Gamma Theta Chapter at Missouri S&T. [Read more…]

Fix-it fixation

As Missouri S&T undergraduates a decade ago, Brandt, CE’07, and Nicole, EMgt’07, MS SysE’10, Genz never envisioned careers as small-business owners flourishing amid the 21st century version of the arts and crafts movement. [Read more…]

Day named Academy of Inventors Fellow

Delbert E. Day, CerE’58, a prolific inventor whose work with specialty glasses has led to treatments for cancer, bone tissue regeneration and wound care, has been named a National Academy of Inventors (NAI) Fellow. [Read more…]