By Marilyn Haigh | Jan. 27, 2015
The MU professor and administrator was honored for his work with nanoporous carbons and campus involvement.
By Allison Pecorin | Dec. 6, 2014
MU researchers discover plants can hear themselves being eaten.
By Stevie Myers | Sept. 2, 2014
King’s interest in science stemmed from tinkering with toys as a child.
By Eleanor Hasenbeck | July 29, 2014
The U.S. has lost approximately 53 percent of its natural wetlands since the 1780s.
By Hanna Jacunski | March 8, 2013
Researchers in the lab are working on drought resistance and seed composition projects, among others.
By Hanna Jacunski | March 1, 2013
Can CoMo handle 80 more inches of snow to balance out past summer’s drought?
By Jack Howland | Feb. 15, 2013
Concerns included harming MU's reputation and the university's ability to get grants.
By Erika Nesto | Feb. 8, 2013
After further testing, the scientists could seek FDA approval.
In Print: MU engineering team invents handheld, portable X-ray device with potential uses in various fields
By Joyce Peng | Jan. 25, 2013
The device is about the size of a stick of gum.
By Alex Stewart | Jan. 25, 2013
Napoleon Chagnon and Martin Daly are joining the faculty as research professors.
By Joyce Peng | Jan. 1, 2013
The study, if effective in humans, may help those in risk for heart disease and stroke.
Posted to On Campus by Hunter Woodall on Nov. 29, 2011 at 2:05 p.m.
Due to a shortage of nuclear scientist in the U.S., MU recently received $3 million from the National Science Foundation to continue to train future generations of scientists with an emphasis on neutron scattering experiment, according to an MU news release. According to the release, the funding award comes ...
By Sally French | April 19, 2011
Activities throughout the week include forums, presentations and an awards presentation.
By Cade Cleavelin | March 18, 2011
There has always existed the question as to whether we are alone in the universe. To this day we aren't sure if life exists outside of our isolated little biosphere, but valiant attempts have always been made to try and make our presence known to... someone, anyone. The probability ...
By Cade Cleavelin | March 4, 2011
Sleep studies take place all the time. Pharmaceutical companies, universities, the military and just about every important institution has put in time and money to figure out how people best recharge their batteries. But no matter from what angle researchers examine the science of sleep, the results are always the ...
By Teddy Nykiel | Feb. 22, 2011
MU's annual Colloquium series broadens students' chemistry education with weekly speakers.
By Cade Cleavelin | Feb. 20, 2011
We like to see the sciences as pure pursuits; undertakings not affronted by the pangs of bias and slander that curse the rest of the world's endeavors. The sciences are looked upon as noble, rich frontiers, explored most intimately by those bright enough, and humble enough, to truly understand ...
By Cade Cleavelin | Jan. 21, 2011
Back in 2009, the Obama administration voiced the desire to move the space flight industry to the private sector. NASA would still exist as a research institution and developer of technologies, but private firms would be tasked with transporting people and cargo during orbital missions. The plan was announced much ...
By Eric Knapp | July 7, 2010
A high-performance computing system will be given to the university.
By Ben Harms | May 4, 2010
The Boone/Calloway County Medical Examiner's Office services 35 Missouri counties.
By Monica Chavez | March 16, 2010
The speaker fused music and science in 'This is Your Brain on Music.'
By Ken Venkamah | March 2, 2010
Monsanto Company donated $11,600 to the program this semester.
By Wes Duplantier | Feb. 12, 2010
Most seismic activity in Missouri takes place in the southeast.