Space trash and women of the West

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On June 9, 2009

Twelve S&T students visited the Missouri Capitol on April 21 to present their research projects to legislators for Undergraduate Research Day at the Capitol. The annual event allows students from all four UM System campuses to showcase their research.


Projects from S&T included “The Problem with Space Trash,” by Nicholas Jarnagin, a senior in environmental engineering; “Working Women of the West,” by Jill Hecht, a senior in environmental engineering; “Algae for Biodiesel,” by Stuart Brune, a senior in biological sciences; and “A Hybrid Sensor Network for Hydrological Monitoring,” by Phillip Ponzer, a senior in computer engineering.

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On June 9, 2009. Posted in News, Summer 2009

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