Missouri S&T's Peer to Peer is Missouri University of Science and Technology's cross-disciplinary peer-reviewed and open-access journal of undergraduate student research. The student-run editorial board publishes two issues each year, in spring and fall. Articles feature the perspectives and original research of Missouri S&T students in humanities, sciences, social sciences, engineering, business, and the arts. The journal's goal is to share the work of Missouri S&T students across disciplinary boundaries, reaching not only students and faculty, but alumni, donors, and other interested readers. The journal is sponsored by the Writing Center and the Curtis Laws Wilson Library on the campus of Missouri S&T.
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Current Issue: Volume 1, Issue 2 (2017)
Articles - Journal
Network Security: Internet Protocol Version Six Security
Exploring Potential Flaws and Dangers Involving Machine Learning Technology
David Nicholas Skoff
Assessment on Food and Water Collection on Mars vs. Human Survival
Michael Todd Herman Jr.
Nuclear Fusion as a Primary Energy Production Method