Missouri University of Science and Technology, (Missouri S&T or MST) was established in 1870 as a mining college is located in Rolla, Missouri. Currently, Missouri S&T is a part of the University of Missouri system and has a student body of over 6,000 undergraduate and graduate students. Missouri S&T is noted for the high-caliber of its students in mathematics, engineering, science and technology. Admission standards are stiff and post-graduate networking and job placement is one of the highest in the U.S.A , which includes high beginning salaries and opportunities.
Researchers study users to increase cyber security
Missouri University of Science and Technology researchers are working to build a framework to study the online behavior of Internet users and how that behavior affects the safety of systems and networks.
New way to store solar energy could lead to more common solar cell usage
Researchers at Missouri University of Science and Technology have developed a relatively inexpensive and simple way to split water into hydrogen and oxygen through a new electrodeposition method. The method produces highly ...
Researcher uses microwave to 'bake' experiments
An electrical engineer at Missouri University of Science and Technology is using microwave energy to test concrete and rehabilitated aluminum, and in the future her work could lead to safer bridges and aircraft parts.
Researchers demonstrate 'no-ink' color printing with nanomaterials
Researchers at Missouri University of Science and Technology are giving new meaning to the term "read the fine print" with their demonstration of a color printing process using nanomaterials.
New high-strength steel could help automakers improve fuel efficiency
A high-strength steel being developed at Missouri University of Science and Technology could help auto manufacturers in their quest to meet future fuel efficiency requirements.
Flood damage after Katrina could have been prevented, expert says
A decade after hurricane Katrina hit New Orleans, experts say the flooding that caused over 1,800 deaths and billions of dollars in property damage could have been prevented had the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers retained an ...
'Very exciting time' ahead for power industry, energy expert says
New developments in the field of power electronics could lead to greater flexibility for the nation's electrical power grid, says an expert in power engineering at Missouri University of Science and Technology.
Time to move beyond 'medieval' cyber security approach, expert says
The nation's approach to cyber security has much in common with medieval defense tactics, and that needs to change, says a cyber security expert at Missouri University of Science and Technology.
What can be done about a water shortage?
The water crisis in the western United States – most notably in California and Washington – may be the most severe and most publicized, but other threats to the nation's water supply loom, says Dr. Joel Burken, professor ...
Team finds hydrogen production in extreme bacterium
A researcher at Missouri University of Science and Technology has discovered a bacterium that can produce hydrogen, an element that one day could lessen the world's dependence on oil.