St. Louis Public Radio

In the news: Biogas research, consumer demand, The Great Dying, Egyptology, flooding, rural health care

Posted by on April 6, 2021

Dr. Fateme Rezaei, assistant professor of chemical and biochemical engineering, was interviewed about her biogas research by National Public Radio affiliate St. Louis Public Radio.

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In the news: Lathers, Roberts, Sheppard, Wernke

Posted by on March 2, 2021

St. Louis Public Radio reporter Evie Hemphill interviewed Dr. Marie Lathers about pandemic literature and the course she is teaching on the topic this semester. The story, “‘It’s The Same Fears’: A Missouri S&T Class Finds Solace in Pandemic Literature’’ aired on Feb. 5.

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In the news: New particle formation, rural internet access, career trends, campus safety

Posted by on February 2, 2021

Dr. Yang Wang, assistant professor of civil, architectural and environmental engineering, collaborated on a research study that was the focus of a Science Daily article, titled “Tiny particles that seed clouds can form from trace gases over open sea.

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In the news: As It Ought to Be, Campus Technology, CNN, NY Magazine, TheList.com, St. Louis Public Radio, Wall Street Journal

Posted by on October 6, 2020

Dr. Agnes Vojta, teaching professor of physics, discusses her recent volume of poetry, The Eden of Perhaps, in an interview with Chase Dimrock of As It Ought to Be magazine.

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In the news: Soybean oil and metal cutting

Posted by on September 1, 2020

Two S&T researchers are featured in the Aug. 23 St. Louis Public Radio story named “Missouri S&T Researchers Looking to Soybean Oil to Improve Industrial Metal Cutting.”

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In the news: ‘Go Baby Go,’ living lab, moon water, music research, social distancing

Posted by on July 7, 2020

  • Faculty, staff and students recently assisted The Community Partnership in Rolla with adapting toys for children with disabilities through the Go Baby Go project.
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    Radio station operating at low power

    Posted by on May 29, 2020

    St. Louis Public Radio is currently broadcasting at low power in Rolla because a recent storm destroyed an antenna. This could affect KMST 88.5 FM for some listeners, and the Lebanon station, K242AN 96.3, is completely off air.

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    In the news: New York Times, Healthline, St. Louis Public Radio

    Posted by on April 7, 2020

    Dr. Yang Wang, assistant professor of environmental engineering, is quoted in The New York Times about his studies on aerosol transmission through household materials that could be used for face masks to protect from the coronavirus. The article, titled “What’s the Best Material for a Mask?” by Tara Parker-Pope is published in the April 5 issue. Dr. […]

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    In the news: Big Apple, deconstruction, high voltage research, economic win of Super Bowl

    Posted by on February 4, 2020

  • Dr. Gerald Cohen’s research on the phrase “The Big Apple” is covered in The Wall Street Journal’s Jan. 2 “Word on the Street” column.
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    In the news: Endangered species at fort, Project Lead the Way

    Posted by on November 5, 2019

  • Dr. David Duvernell and Dr. Robin Verble were interviewed for the St. Louis Public Radio story “Endangered Species Find Peaceful Home on Land Used to Train for War,” that aired Oct. 3.
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