Every day, MPR's motivated and talented engineering professionals make a difference in locations around the world. We're working to solve energy shortages by helping to develop the next generation of technologies and improving the operations of existing power plants, and we're applying advanced technologies to ensure cleaner air and water. MPR is developing innovative medical devices and biotechnology products that offer solutions to world health problems, and we're on the frontier of smart technologies, developing innovative improvements to make critical systems more secure.
MPR's Amanda Card is invited to share her knowledge and experience during this year’s Society of Women’s Engineers (SWE) Region F Conference at the University of Connecticut, February 24- 26th. Read More>>February 3, 2017
MPR’s lead engineer, Scott Eisele, will deliver research during his presentation, 'Predicting Sorbent Dispersion with CFD', at this year’s Energy, Utility and Environment Conference (EUEC). Read More>>