Living laboratory successfully powered by advanced lead battery energy storage

Posted by on June 22, 2020

Remember the living laboratory at Missouri University of Science and Technology that installed advanced lead #batteries to power student homes? We’ve invited Stephane Menand from Missouri S&T to share an update on the #energystorage project, which has successfully harnessed solar #energy since 2018.

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Leading battery researcher to talk about next-generation battery technologies

Posted by on October 15, 2019

Prof. Arumugam Manthiram from Department of Mechanical Engineering, Materials Science and Engineering Program, at University of Texas – Austin will deliver an invited seminar on “Next-generation Battery Technologies” jointly hosted by Chemistry and Center for Research in Energy & Environment, on 21st October from 4 pm in G3 Schrenk Hall. Light refreshments will be served […]

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Nov. 9 ribbon-cutting set for new microgrids in EcoVillage

Posted by on November 8, 2018

Missouri S&T has installed two new advanced lead-battery microgrid systems at the campus’s EcoVillage. To celebrate the installation, a ribbon-cutting ceremony will be held at 10 a.m. Friday, Nov. 9, at the EcoVillage, on the east side of the Technology Development Center located at 900 Innovation Drive.

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In the news: Explosive engineering research, Las Vegas mobster, Lie-detecting kiosk, Mars Rover team, moon ice, Mazoon College visit, next-gen batteries

Posted by on August 7, 2018

  • Mining Magazine published the article, “Missouri S&T Team Takes on Explosive Engineering Research” on July 30 about research led by Dr. Kyle Perry, assistant professor of mining and nuclear engineering. In the study, Perry’s team will pair explosives with common mining materials, with the ultimate goal of improving mine safety.
  • Dr. Larry Gragg, professor emeritus of history, was interviewed by reporter Tom Hawley on channel KSNV in Las Vegas. In the news segment, which aired Aug. 1, Gragg discussed how mobster Benjamin “Bugsy” Siegel shaped Las Vegas.
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