In the news: 2D computer chips, infrastructure ethics, space race, mining for clean energy, hackers
- Marcus Dodson, editor and publisher of Architectural West Magazine, quoted S&T researcher Dr. Shane Epting in his editorial, “Editor’s Desk: Ethical Infrastructure,” published in July. Epting is an assistant professor of philosophy at S&T.
- Dr. Chenglin Wu, assistant professor of structural engineering, is featured in an article titled “Missouri S&T researcher wins NSF CAREER Award for 2D metals research,” published July 23 in Civil + Structural Engineer.
- Dr. Alanna Krolikowski, a science policy expert and assistant professor of history and political science, shares her thoughts in The Guardian’s July 16 article titled “The space race is back on – but who will win?”
- Green energy increases the need for mining and metals production, according to Dr. Michael Moats, professor and interim chair of materials science and engineering. He was featured in two articles published on July 14: “It’s not just mining. Refining holds U.S. back on minerals,” in E&E News, and “‘Green Energy’ will Drive the Need for More Mining and Metals Production” in World Energy News.
- Dr. Sajal Das, professor of computer science and cybersecurity expert, is featured in the July 14 Agri Pulse article titled “The hackers are out there. You could be next.”