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Dr. Costas Tsatsoulis, vice chancellor of research and graduate studies, invites the campus research community to join the next “Let’s Talk Research” event 3-4 p.m. Friday, Jan. 29.
The event will feature presentations about two research constellations: BIO-X and Resources: Natural, Energy, Water for Society (reNEWS).
The BIO-X research constellation will serve as an academic platform for the Missouri S&T community to facilitate interdisciplinary and trans-disciplinary research in life sciences. The constituents include engineering, natural science, humanities and social sciences.
The ReNEWS research constellation will focus on the exploration, extraction and management of water, oil and gas, minerals, geothermal and other renewable energy, and space resources (minerals and volatiles) in asteroids, the moon, and other space objects. In addition to traditional key natural resources such as water and fossil fuels, this constellation includes some emerging areas, including critical minerals, space resources, geothermal energy, and application of artificial intelligence in various fields.
Tsatoulis will also provide updates and answer research-related questions.
For the Zoom link, please contact Abbie Sherman, executive assistant, at email@example.com.