Our research facilities create a unique environment for interdisciplinary research in arts, sciences, business, computing and engineering.
By applying the science and technology of today, we are digging deeper to uncover the technologies of tomorrow.
The experimental mine provides hands-on experience with a variety of equipment and techniques such as conducting surface and underground mine surveying tasks, planning and blasting of drift openings, conduction of mine ventilation surveys, evaluation of mine roof conditions, and installation of roof supports.
The first on-campus reactor in the state, the a 200-kilowatt swimming pool-type nuclear reactor, has been in operation since 1961. The reactor features several facilities for experimentation and is available for use by students, faculty and outside researchers.
The 30,000 square foot research facility is dedicated to the study of metals, polymers, biomaterials, electronic materials and composites and has been home to discoveries such as glass microspheres for treatment of liver cancer, transparent composites for windows/armor, environmentally friendly corrosion coatings, multi-layer nanocapacitors, enhanced magnetic materials, and thin film electromagnetic probes and many more.
The Solar Villages living laboratories at Missouri S&T provide a place for innovation, bringing together student design teams, our world class researchers and industry partners to design and build the world of tomorrow.