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The Center for Advanced Vehicular Systems (CAVS), part of the Mississippi State University’s James Worth Bagley College of Engineering, designed and donated a sterilizer to the Mississippi State Veterans Home in Kosciusko, to help mitigate the spread of COVID-19.
Nearly 70 percent of the more than 500,000 high school students who participate in Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps (JROTC) programs across the United States don’t have access to advanced placement computer science classes but a new public-private partnership that includes Mississippi State University is working to bridge that gap. Mississippi State’s Department of Computer…
Mississippi State is honoring more than 50 students, faculty and staff for their exceptional contributions to the university’s research enterprise.
As Mississippi’s manufacturers begin producing supplies to aid in the state’s COVID-19 response, Mississippi State researchers are helping them assess the filtering capabilities of their materials.
An engineer with decades of military research experience is now leading the Institute for Systems Engineering Research (ISER), a collaborative effort between the U.S. Army Engineer Research and Development Center (ERDC) and Mississippi State University.
Mississippi State mechanical engineering students have turned a conventional truck toolbox into a device that will sterilize face masks for the university’s John C. Longest Student Health Center staff.
Mississippi State University researchers are working to convert over 550 ventilators from battery power to AC power so they can be used in the state’s medical response to the COVID-19 coronavirus.
The inaugural MSU Athlete Engineering Summit brings the heat this June, just in time for summer. Mississippi State’s Center for Advanced Vehicular Systems (CAVS), the Bagley College of Engineering, the MSU Athletics Department, and the university’s National Strategic Planning and Analysis Research Center (NSPARC) partner to host the MSU Athlete Engineering Summit on June 10-11…
Mississippi State University researchers have patented and licensed a major advancement in split Hopkinson pressure bar technology, significantly reducing the amount of space needed for intermediate and high-strain rate testing.
Industry and researchers soon will be able to test 5G and other advanced wireless technologies at Mississippi State University.