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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.
A recent letter in Science magazine from a Mississippi State faculty member discusses the danger of aging, “high hazard” dams across the country and what should be done to prepare for potential dam removals or repairs in the future.
Cutting edge technology used by collegiate and professional sports teams to enhance athletes’ performance has been adapted for industrial use to help reduce the spread of the novel coronavirus amongst employees, according to information provided to regional industry leaders during a Zoom virtual conference.
From studying how fish can protect Soldiers to supporting tactical military planning, four researchers at the U.S. Army Engineer Research and Development Center have been honored with Women of Color STEM awards.
Civil & environmental engineering professor Farshid Vahedifard and grad student Sannith Kumar Thota are part of a team that recently had an article published in Science.
Mississippi State University is again among the nation’s elite in supercomputing power. Mississippi State University is again among the nation’s elite in supercomputing power.
A Mississippi State computer science and engineering professor has been recognized as one of the world’s top leaders in the field of robotics. Cindy Bethel, a professor in Mississippi State’s James Worth Bagley College of Engineering, has been named as one of the “World’s 50 Most Renowned Women in Robotics” by Analytics Insight magazine. The…
Mississippi State University once again is leading a major federal unmanned aircraft systems research, testing and development initiative.
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…