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An anchor for innovation
Nationally recognized interdisciplinary research happens every day in Schrenk Hall.
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.
Electronically picking your brain
An S&T researcher wants to scrap the traditional survey approach in favor of gathering marketing and information systems data by scanning your brainwaves.
When foul-tasting and potentially toxic water reaches Missouri residents, water utility supervisors know who to call: Dr. Honglan Shi.
Drawing, talking 'trash'
A biology graduate and aspiring artist has illustrated her first book, and it has a decidedly Rolla and mid-Missouri flair to it.
Technically speaking, S&T was perfect
Missouri S&T offered Killian Knowles two things that few universities in the U.S. could: a top-notch education in technical communication and the kind of personal attention that comes through small class sizes and knowledgeable, friendly instructors. That he could get his bachelor’s degree from a school renowned for preparing students for the real world and rewarding, well-paying jobs was a bonus.
Studying blood for the greater good
Elizabeth Bowles, a Ph.D. student in chemistry at Missouri S&T, has had a rather unconventional goal for the past several years: improve the care of patients with conditions like diabetes or pulmonary arterial hypertension by reducing severe adverse side effects of pharmaceuticals through a new and innovative drug delivery system.