Research | Bagley College of Engineering - Part 2

Research of the Nerds – MSU laboratory explores mysteries of the human brain

August 2, 2023


MSU continues support of federal cyber workforce with $4.1 million in new NSF CyberCorps Funding

M-State logo with the words Bagley College of Engineering underneath.

August 1, 2023


MSU mechanical engineering assistant professor awarded TVA grant

M-State logo with the words Bagley College of Engineering underneath.

MSU mechanical engineering assistant professor Like Li has been awarded a $150,000 grant from the Tennessee Valley Authority to design, develop and demonstrate a lab-scale thermal energy storage reactor. “This is an excellent opportunity for my research group to design, build up, and test a kW-scale packed-bed chemical reactor in our lab,” Li said. “We…

July 26, 2023


World Food Prize program at MSU propels high school student toward prestigious USDA fellowship

July 12, 2023


MSU Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering student project helps people to see the world in technicolor

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A group of students participating in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering’s senior design course hopes to make the world more colorful for those with colorblindness. An estimated 300 million people worldwide live with colorblindness, including Mississippi State electrical engineer major Zach Scarbrough. Together with his group members Cameron Bass, Xen Gaerlan, Joe Kennedy…

June 26, 2023


As global ag market begins boom, MSU launches new Agricultural Autonomy Institute

June 15, 2023


Mississippi Cyber Initiative hosts statewide cyber faculty retreat

May 11, 2023


Woodrow Wilson, ChE Doctoral Candidate, earns prestigious research award: DOE’s Office of Science Graduate Student Research Program Selects 87 Outstanding U.S. Graduate Students

May 5, 2023


Small satellite project could prove giant leap for MSU

Cubesat

April 21, 2023


MSU associate professor collaborates with international institutes in Amazon River Basin

Amazon River Basin

An MSU associate professor is collaborating with several international institutes to determine how climate change affects river flow and fish populations in the Amazon River Basin. John Ramirez-Avila, a water resources engineer and head of the Watersheds and Water Quality Research Lab in the Richard A. Rula School of Civil and Environmental Engineering, and researchers…

April 20, 2023