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MO Research Consortium Receives $20 Million
Missouri Research Consortium Receives $20 Million Grant ST. LOUIS, MO, , August 10, 2014 - The National Science Foundation has awarded a $20 million grant to fund a five-year, multi-institutional project to study climate variability and its potential agricultural, ecological and social impacts in Missouri.
Missouri S&T Assists Bank with Solar Panel Installation
ROLLA, Mo. - Phelps County Bank's downtown Rolla location will be drawing some of its power from the sun next spring, thanks to a partnership between the bank and Missouri University of Science and Technology.
SLU scientists to examine regional climate change as part of $20 million Missouri consortium
Tim Eichler, Ph.D., assistant professor of earth and atmospheric sciences at Saint Louis University studies changes to regional weather patterns.
$10 DIY Microscope That Uses A Smartphone For Magnification
Whether you're a biologist or a student who cannot afford a microscope, and yet want to explore the nature around you to its minutest form, then spare a thought for this $10 DIY microscope conjured up by students at Missouri University of Science and Technology.
Bureau County Republican
Burks named to honor list
Joshua Paul Burks of Princeton, a senior in nuclear engineering at Missouri University of Science and Technology in Rolla, Mo., has been named to the honor list for the 2014 spring semester.
New Book by S&T Author Explores American Novelist Richard Russo
New book by S&T author explores American novelist Richard Russ o Newswise - ROLLA, Mo.
Reinventing Biology Labs by Turning Smartphones Into Microscopes
ROLLA, Mo. - With nothing more than a smartphone and less than $10 of trinkets and hardware supplies, students at Missouri University of Science and Technology can build their own microscopes this fall as part of a biology lab.
Researchers study - smart' rocks use for detecting bridge damage
Rolla, Mo. - It's hard to gauge how structurally sound a bridge is when its foundation is buried in a riverbed deep below the water's surface.