TECHxpo is a premier campus event showcasing research and design projects by Montana Tech students. The exhibit includes works by students in the College of Letters, Sciences, & Professional Studies, the School of Mines & Engineering, the Graduate School, and Highlands College.

These projects illustrate innovative thinking and demonstrate theoretical and applied knowledge that students use to solve many of the world's challenges.

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Exhibits 2014

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Oxidation Kinetics of Nicrofer-6025HT for Use in Elevated Temperature Electrochemical Devices, Tyler Cook and Alan Meier, Ph.D.

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A Study on the Fluorescent Properties of Nanoapatite Particles Under Externally Applied Magnetic Fields, Heidi Reid

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The High School Transition: A Step Ahead or a Downward Trend, James Zenahlik and Trey Smollack

Exhibits 2013

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Concept Fire Truck, Breanna Biegler

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Students Helping Students, PJ Bonney, Tyler Cahoon, Tyson Dippold, Paul Hart, JJ Potvin, Jim Strande, Billy Walker, and Keith West

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Naming a Mountain Peak - Montana Tech Peak, Jon Craig and Larissa Watson

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Highlands College Students' Driving Habits, Cory Doto-Dyer and Paul Clark

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Amphibian Biodiversity Survey - Wetland Area Southwest of Montana Tech, Trace Forkan, Siobhan Wock, Cody Doyle, and Joyce Wilhelm

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Restoring the Richard's Cabin - Nevada City Living History Museum, Paul Hart

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Engineers Without Borders El Salvador Project, Patrick Jentz

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Multiphase Screen Development, Chris Tarrant