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An anchor for innovation
Nationally recognized interdisciplinary research happens every day in Schrenk Hall.
Advancing ‘amorphous’ materials
Missouri S&T physicist Dr. Julia E. Medvedeva leads a four-year effort to research a new class of semiconductors.
Wearables as fashion statement
What makes people want to wear wearable technology? Missouri S&T researchers say “fashnology” plays a role.
DeLUX Lab focuses on user experience
A new lab at Missouri S&T will help students study and learn about how people interact with technology.
Ants need work-life balance to survive
Findings by S&T biology researchers suggest that ants, long perceived as the workaholics of the insect world, need work-life balance to survive.
Grad research shows World of Warcraft can get you a job
A study by Elizabeth Short, a graduate student in industrial-organizational psychology, found that World of Warcraft (WoW) gamers who were successful working as a team in “raids” had qualities that psychological studies have shown to translate to success on virtual workplace teams.
Alumnus lights a fire for local fire department
Five years into volunteering for the Rolla Rural Fire District, Missouri S&T student Chris Franklin thought of one more way he could give back to the department.