Eric Michel, Ph.D. student working in the field of Forest and Wildlife Research
Mississippi State's Forest and Wildlife Research Center faculty and students work closely with the Mississippi Department of Wildlife, Fisheries and Parks to protect the recreational harvest of white-tailed deer, which has a billion dollar annual impact to the Magnolia State’s economy. Wildlife, fisheries and aquaculture professor Steve Demarais, right, shares his research notes about the upcoming deer season with WFP research coordinator Scott Edwards, center, and Eric Michel, MSU forest resources wildlife and fisheries doctoral student. http://fwrc.msstate.edu/ Read More.
CVM's Shores helps develop head trauma app
Dr. Andy Shores, right, chief of neurosurgery and neurology at the Mississippi State University College of Veterinary Medicine, and Ashley Wicha, a veterinary technologist, check a patient’s brain stem reflexes. PHOTO: Tom Thompson | MSU CVM
Dr. Andy Shores hopes to help veterinarians make better patient recommendations with a smartphone application.
Shores, chief of neurosurgery and neurology at the Mississippi State University College of Veterinary Medicine, developed the Small Animal Coma Scale app to give veterinarians an easier way to assess the severity of a traumatic brain injury in dogs and cats while capturing statistical data.
Mississippi State University tackles football concussions,
builds safer helmets
Research from 2013 3MT Competition for building safer helmets http://www.grad.msstate.edu/development/3mt/videos/watch.php?presentor=lee
Nayeon Lee, Doctoral Dissertation Title: Computational-Experimental Analysis of Woodpecker's Beaks
Department of Agricultural and Biological Engineering, Faculty Advisor: Dr. Lakiesha Williams
MEMPHIS, Tenn. — Football is a game of hard hits and fast plays. It’s also a sport that can lead to serious injuries, including concussions that cause brain damage.
That’s why one Mid-South university is on a mission to build the games’ safest helmet ever created.
BCoE Partners with Entergy Corporation
Jeff Hsu and Quintin Grice, graduate students and members of the team from the Bagley College Engineering helped develop computer software that saves time, money and energy for a national utility company.
BCoE partners with Entergy to develop new software. As part of its university research program, Entergy Corp. joined a team of Mississippi State graduate students and researchers to develop the Relay Settings Automation (RSA) program. With this software, a process that takes four to six hours to complete manually can be performed electronically in less than a minute.
Before the creation of RSA, engineers would run hundreds of short circuit simulations and manually record the results, an error-prone process. Then, they would choose the best settings to solve the problems when they occurred.