By Lauren Clerc | Oct. 16, 2017
Graduate student Alexander Myers will leave MU in January to study radioactive elements in a nationally-renowned lab.
MU researchers conducted a series of studies to measure how people use intuition to determine scenarios as morally wrong
By Tatyana Monnay | Sept. 27, 2017
“I was just really curious about individual differences and how people react to these things and the reasons that that happens,” Sarah Ward said.
MU social work professors research the relationship between veterans and the criminal justice system
By Anne Clinkenbeard | Sept. 18, 2017
According to the U.S. Department of Justice, veterans make up about 8 percent of the U.S. prison population.
By Stephi Smith | Sept. 14, 2017
The study found that Memorial Stadium generates over 47 metric tons of waste over five games, most of which is unsold food from concession stands.
MU associate professor Catherine Rymph's new book about the history of American foster care to come out in October
By Morgan Smith | Sept. 11, 2017
Postdoctoral teaching fellow Cassandra Yacovazzi: “Her book raises the question of what our responsibility is to the community and the children in the community in which we live.”
By Stephi Smith | Sept. 5, 2017
The project is expected to last three years and will involve various experiments involving ticks and cattle to study their responses to deadly pathogens.
By Allison Cho | Sept. 5, 2017
“When we hired him, we hired somebody who, in our field, was viewed as one of the top, if not the top, overall researcher,” said T. Chris Riley-Tillman, chair of the department of educational, school and counseling psychology.
By Clare Roth | Aug. 28, 2017
Dr. William Horner: “If you’re faced with two guys and you portray one as a little bit disingenuous, maybe willing to say anything to get elected, and the other one as a fool, it’s clear who they think would be a better president.”
By Olivia Garrett | March 13, 2017
The center has started a mentorship program for undergraduate and graduate students interested in issues of diversity in the media.
By Jackson Kinkead | Dec. 8, 2016
The honorees’ work covers a range of areas from plant genetics to specialized cardiology.
By Brendan Crowley | Nov. 2, 2016
CRC Research Director Abraham Eisenstark: “We’ll have a double-whammy. We have the cargo vehicle, the bacteria, and we have the cargo to do some destruction.”
By Caroline Kealy | Oct. 30, 2016
Professor Ron McGarvey: “Whenever you throw away a pound of beef, you aren’t just throwing away the food.”
By Olivia Garrett | Sept. 14, 2016
R. Bowen Loftin has experience in the field, having worked with agencies like NASA and the military to develop effective ways to train and educate.
By Olivia Garrett | Sept. 6, 2016
ESAs raise ethical and legal questions for clinical psychologists and their clients.
By Zia Kelly | Sept. 2, 2016
Director of operations of the Beagle Freedom Project: “...We started combing through past published research from [MU], and that is how we stumbled upon this particularly gruesome experiment where they blinded and killed these nine-month-old puppies.”
By Ethan Stein | Sept. 2, 2016
By using Xbox Kinect, researchers hope to help nurses and caretakers better prevent senior citizens from falling.
By Claire Colby | Sept. 2, 2016
Assistant history professor Daniel Domingues: “[Students] will learn important skills, not just for their studies at the university but also for their careers.”
By Kyra Haas | May 4, 2016
The study focused on older adults and examined how emotional bonds with pets influenced dog-walking behavior.
By Taylor Blatchford | April 20, 2016
R. Bowen Loftin: “People seem to think I’m doing nothing, which is totally false. I’ve been very busy since all this happened back in November.”
By Manyun Zou | March 21, 2016
Dan Miller: “I am a sort of idealist. I think we need to be thinking about the next generation and thinking about our kids.”
By Kyra Haas | March 10, 2016
Click’s research topics have been called into question by lawmakers since her involvement in protests last fall.
By Max Fillion | Feb. 24, 2016
Half of fossil fuel emissions in the U.S. are created by the electricity used to power non-environmentally friendly buildings.
By Kyra Haas | Feb. 4, 2016
Indian Parliament member Anantkumar Hegde: “Almost 15 years ago, I had recognized the tremendous scientific potential of Katti. I am not surprised that he has won awards of scientific excellence from almost every nation on this planet."
By Max Fillion | Jan. 27, 2016
The method could help treat prostate, pancreatic, breast and small-cell cancers.
By Thomas Oide | Jan. 20, 2016
After analyzing 2,143 firm, Adam Yore finds that impact from job experience outweighs the negative effects of increasing age.
By Morgan Brown | Dec. 7, 2015
Bond Life Sciences Center researchers are working to identify weak spots in the HIV virus.
By Waverly Colville | Nov. 19, 2015
“I have the utmost confidence in Mark, and I’m very happy that he has accepted this appointment,” interim Chancellor Hank Foley said in a press release.
By Madison Plaster | Aug. 25, 2015
Biomedical Sciences department chair Harold Laughlin emphasized the importance of exercise in order to combat the rise of Type 2 diabetes.
By Anna Sutterer | May 5, 2015
Aged garlic extract and one of its compounds, FruArg, may inhibit neurological damage caused by common stressors.
By Esther Seawell | April 1, 2015
The team published results suggesting chemicals from fracking spills find their way through the local water system.
By Hannah Black | March 17, 2015
Vom Saal has experienced harassment by chemical companies for his research into BPA.
By Casey Wilson | March 4, 2015
Currently, the closest two radars are in St. Louis and Kansas City.
By Jeannine Anderson | March 4, 2015
The 5-year plan would offer tax incentives to companies who used the land.
By Hannah Black | Feb. 24, 2015
Researchers hope the data presented in the book will be a tool for policymakers.
By Anna Sutterer | Feb. 10, 2015
Kevin Keegan partnered with equine and engineering communities to construct a lameness detector now used worldwide.
By Hannah Black | Feb. 3, 2015
Carlisle’s findings suggest a variety of pets besides dogs may have similar impacts on social skills.
By Elana Williams | Feb. 3, 2015
Columnist Elana Williams admits she has a problem.
By Paige Lalain | Jan. 28, 2015
The two professors join Chancellor Loftin and Dr. Hank Foley as NAI Fellows from MU.
By Marilyn Haigh | Jan. 27, 2015
The MU professor and administrator was honored for his work with nanoporous carbons and campus involvement.
By Grace Rogers | Dec. 9, 2014
Grant Elliott discovered geography was a way to make money doing something he loves: wandering around the forest.
By Allison Pecorin | Dec. 6, 2014
MU researchers discover plants can hear themselves being eaten.
By Anna Sutterer | Oct. 30, 2014
Studying the status of women involves more than the ladies of Missouri, it impacts her children, entire family and her community.
By Chris Beyer | Oct. 10, 2014
Students and faculty will be able to further studies in bioinformatics, geoinformatics, high performance computing and engineering applications.
By Grace Rogers | Oct. 7, 2014
Cancer may be controllable with a compound secreted by bacterial communication systems, according to a new MU study.
By Grace Rogers | Oct. 7, 2014
MUNCH aims to research obesity and educate even the smallest “MUNCHkins” about nutrition.
By Grace Rogers | Oct. 2, 2014
Inspired by his doctoral advisor, Jen-Hao Chen unearthed the effects asthma can have on a child’s behavioral skills.
By Grace Rogers | Sept. 16, 2014
MU researchers will continue digging through garbage in search of a better disposal method this semester due to a $82,000 grant from Mizzou Advantage.
By Clarissa Buch and Isabella Alves | Sept. 15, 2014
Enel Green Power will fully fund the research collaboration.
By Grace Rogers | Sept. 9, 2014
A discovery surrounding the TIM-1 protein’s effect on viruses leads MU researchers to study HIV.
By Grace Rogers | Sept. 2, 2014
MU researchers recently used a piece of tassel-less corn to study boron’s effect on plant cells.
By Clarissa Buch and Isabella Alves | Aug. 22, 2014
The donation will be used to fund cancer research and create the Frances T. McAndrew Endowed Chair in Oncology.
By Elizabeth Reiter | Aug. 17, 2014
The partnership would allow MU to sidestep the formal bidding process for defense contracts.
By Elizabeth Reiter | Aug. 16, 2014
Grow Well partners with food pantries throughout Missouri to give sustainable food to those in need.
By Jack Waddell | Aug. 13, 2014
The National Science Foundation has awarded $20 million to the team comprising researchers from around Missouri.
By Eleanor Hasenbeck | July 29, 2014
The U.S. has lost approximately 53 percent of its natural wetlands since the 1780s.
By Grace Rogers | July 8, 2014
Cholesterol and hormone therapy could be the key to fighting cancer with minimal side effects, MU research team finds.
By Alease Lee | July 8, 2014
A four-year grant was given by the National Science Foundation to properly document Luyia languages of Africa.
By Chris Beyer | May 6, 2014
Clayton’s study was conducted with 581 Twitter users, each between 18-67 years old.
By Natalia Alamdari | May 6, 2014
Japanese scientists in search of compounds to enhance the flavor of soy sauce stumbled upon EFdA in 2001.
By Natalia Alamdari | April 29, 2014
Waters began his research as a post-doctoral student at the National Cancer Institute.
By Annie Rice | May 3, 2013
Petris' team tested mice who displayed similar symptoms to Menkes
By Hanna Jacunski | April 5, 2013
Professor Hawthorne's treatment was effective on mice and will now be tested on dogs.
By Katie Pohlman | March 8, 2013
Researchers monitored social media to supplement data collected through an online survey about family life with dogs.
By Andrew Beasley | Feb. 12, 2013
The two professors were invited to present research on renewable energy. Tags: SEC, renewable energy, sustainability, research
By Erika Nesto | Feb. 8, 2013
After further testing, the scientists could seek FDA approval.
By Corinne Kennedy | Oct. 11, 2011
Pilot studies show propranolol might alleviate some effects of autism.
By Steve Cassidy | April 16, 2011
The federal funding will go toward work in the field of food efficiency.
By Kari Paul | Feb. 15, 2011
Fossil discovery proves hominids walked earlier than thought.
By Lauren Bale | Feb. 4, 2011
Researchers say the state of the economy could be to blame.
By Abigail Geiger | Feb. 4, 2011
A study suggested a relation between self-awareness and educational success.
By Travis Cornejo | Dec. 3, 2010
The company manufactures and exports active pharmaceutical ingredients.
By Michelle Reichmeier | Dec. 3, 2010
Two Maine professors' research calls for national hazing prevention.
By Marie Mandelberg | Nov. 30, 2010
They will help fund research about plant genetics and drought resistance.
By Mengti Xu | Nov. 9, 2010
Although Asian Americans begin smoking later, they are more likely to smoke regularly.
By Ally McEntire | Oct. 12, 2010
Results shows condom use decreases with age.
By Ethan Colbert | Oct. 12, 2010
Texting while driving is illegal in Missouri for drivers under 22.
On Campus: MU researchers: Dinosaurs may be 10% taller
Posted to On Campus by Wes Duplantier on Oct. 7, 2010 at 11:17 a.m.
It turns out that previous best guesses about how tall dinosaurs were might have come up a little short. Literally. MU anatomy professor Casey Holliday and researchers from Ohio University have found that dinosaurs like the Triceratops and Brachiosaurus may have been much taller than researchers thought before, according to ...
By Allison Prang | Sept. 24, 2010
He was one of 10 recipients and the first at MU.
By Matthew Patane | Sept. 10, 2010
500,000 Missourians are affected by diseases related to stem cell research.
By Eric Knapp | July 7, 2010
A high-performance computing system will be given to the university.
By Gregory Zajac | Jan. 29, 2010
The drug shows promise to be stronger and longer-lasting.