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Mississippi State University and East Mississippi Community College are working together to understand the barriers to, and potential benefits of, wearable technology in industry settings.
Mississippi State’s petroleum engineering students will once again have access to industry leading computer software thanks to a donation from Scotland-based engineering firm Petroleum Experts. This will mark the third consecutive year, and fourth in the last five, that Petroleum Experts (Petex) has donated software to MSU’s Dave C. Swalm School of Chemical Engineering. The…
Three engineering students are among the nine inaugural Luckyday Scholars.
An assistant professor in Mississippi State’s Bagley College of Engineering is part of a nationwide team that was awarded a $2.5 million grant from the US Department of Energy’s Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy through the Solar Energy Technologies Office Fiscal Year 2019 funding program. Like Li, an assistant professor of mechanical engineering…
The US Department of Transportation has announced a total of $3.3 million in research, education and training grants to universities that comprise the ASSURE program.
Industry and researchers soon will be able to test 5G and other advanced wireless technologies at Mississippi State University.
Chevron and Mississippi State University’s Bagley College of Engineering have partnered in a new educational program designed to help increase the number of minority and female students who pursue Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (S.T.E.M.) educational opportunities. Known as CREATE, which stands for Chevron’s Reaching Excellence, Accelerating diversity & inclusion and Transforming Engineers, the innovative…
Mississippi State University is working to train more students for careers in computer science, cybersecurity and coding through a new Cybersecurity Education Hub. A collaborative project with Mississippi Coding Academies, the work is funded by a grant from the Appalachian Regional Commission (ARC) as well as local sources.
Mississippi State faculty members in the university’s colleges of Education, Arts and Sciences, and Bagley College of Engineering are receiving a $1.6 million National Science Foundation grant to develop teaching materials from weather data to help secondary students learn data analysis and interpretation.
A new $190,573 Appalachian Regional Commission grant will help Mississippi State prepare an additional 400 students for careers in computer science, cybersecurity and coding.