S&T in the news: food shortages, horses and hammocks (again)

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On July 9, 2008

Missouri S&T graduate student Parthiv Shah and his advisor, Dr. Elizabeth Cudney, were covered by the Malaysia Sun for their research to help predict future food shortages. Read the full story here.
Springfield, Mo., NBC affiliate KY3 interviewed Missouri S&T plumber Roy Snelson yesterday about his unique method of travel to work. Check out the story and video.
The Chicago Tribune picked up the story quoting Missouri S&T’s resident hammock expert, Jim Bogan, Curators’ Teaching Professor of art, languages and philosophy. This story also appeared in the Los Angeles Times. Read the full story here.

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