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2018 Ralph E. Powe Research Excellence Award

Mississippi State President Mark E. Keenum (l-r) congratulates 2018 Ralph E. Powe Research Excellence Award winner Wes Schilling, a professor of food science, nutrition and health promotion, along with DAFVM VP Greg Bohach and VP for Research and Economic Development David Shaw.

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MSU highest-ranked research university in state

At $239 million, MSU research accounts for more than half of the total $455 million expenditures reported by all Mississippi institutions, according to the latest NSF Higher Education Research and Development Survey.

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Creating the future of unmanned flight

Dallas Brooks, right, director of the Raspet Flight Research Laboratory, and UAS program manager Madison Dixon, left, close the fuselage hatch on Raspet’s Outlaw-G2 unmanned aircraft in final preparation for flight. MSU leads the FAA Center of Excellence for UAS.

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Halo Project supercar

The MSU Center for Advanced Vehicular System's "Halo Project" vehicle is an all-electric, autonomous SUV with off-road capabilities. It was unveiled at the 2018 SEMA (Specialty Equipment Market Association) show.

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Research resources fair

Sara Fuller (right), a research engineer with the CAVS Extension Office, visits with Trey Breckenridge (left to right), the director of high performance computing, and David Shaw, the vice president for research and economic development, during Mississippi State's research resources fair.

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High performance computing excellence

Shadow, the High Performance Computing Collaboratory's newest supercomputer, is the 20th fastest in U.S. academia and capable of 593 teraFLOPS.

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Autonomous driving discussions at CAVS

Mississippi State and the university’s Center for Advanced Vehicular Systems hosted the third Roundtable on the Purpose of Autonomous Driving, an international gathering of participants to discuss autonomous driving and advanced technologies.

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Alan Alda communicates sciences

Award-winning actor Alan Alda gives a public lecture at Mississippi State on the importance of communicating effectively about science.

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