Missouri S&T’s Smart Living signature area seamlessly improves quality of life by transforming home, workplace, transportation and energy infrastructures into “smart” environments.
Extreme Environments signature area addresses national needs related to clean energy production, hypersonic flight vehicles and advanced propulsion systems.
Missouri S&T researchers use robots, lasers, composite materials, nano-manufacturing and sensor-enabled intelligent manufacturing to help companies create better products.
The Advanced Materials for Sustainable Infrastructure signature area is critical to improving the nation’s infrastructure in an environmentally sustainable manner.
Missouri S&T researchers took part of all phases of the design and construction of a new highway bridge that uses longer-lasting concrete beams.
Watch as a team of Missouri S&T mechanical engineering seniors build and test their trebuchet, or catapult, in their final project before graduation.
Researchers instrumented that well with temperature sensors to study the potential effects a geothermal system could have on temperatures deep underground.
Four neighbors share their generated solar power at Missouri University of Science and Technology's unique microgrid research project.