“Being confronted with those challenges helped the facilities come up with innovative solutions and gave them a better idea of how to meet their obligations to their patients for a safe and effective discharge,” Lori Popejoy, associate professor at Sinclair School of Nursing, said.
Pollinators are extremely important in food production and there is not adequate regulation or monitoring to ensure their protection.
Compared to a three out of 30 survival rate of dogs receiving chemotherapy to treat osteosarcoma, five out of 10 dogs survived the immunotherapy trial.
The study showed that park visitors know little about climate change, but that they want to know more.
10th annual Agroforestry Symposium solidifies the relationship between research innovation, entrepreneurship
The symposium is set to feature a variety of speakers from distinguished researchers to experienced professionals and agencies within the industry.
Researchers of various backgrounds will gather in the hopes of increasing addiction treatment and intervention.
Sarah Unruh studies the unique symbiotic relationship between orchids and fungi.
MU faculty member co-leads study to create a pain-free, no calibration required, glucose test device
Director of biomedical innovations at the MU School of Medicine Institute for Clinical and Translational Science aimed to provide aid to the diabetic community.
The grant will be used to establish the Advancing Research and its Impact on Society Center.
Multiple categories encouraged creativity in entries, with bids starting from $1.25 to $100.
The study also aimed to understand the outcomes based on the instructor being certified as an elementary mathematics specialist.
Smith is the first MU professor to ever receive this award.
The East Campus Plant Growth Facility, a $28.2 million project, will finish construction in April, creating new opportunities for the MU plant community.
‘Driving While Black in Columbia’ addresses the difference between racial disparities in law enforcement and discrimination
9.7 percent of Columbia’s population account for 24 to 33 percent of vehicle stops.
Skyler Kramer has worked in a different lab every year of college, exploring all manner of subjects.
MU assistant professor reveals research on the mental health effects of breaking up and getting back together
Kale Monk’s study shows evidence that anxiety and depression can be a result of on-again, off-again relationships.
Cheryl Rosenfeld’s study shows evidence against FDA statement on the effects of BPA on rats’ brains.
Research discoveries, publications and fellowship opportunities show how professors are shaping MU and the world.
Research advancements and citizenship service recognized through UM System President's Awards.
Life Sciences Week took place from April 9-14 and was sponsored by the MU School of Medicine, College of Veterinary Medicine and the College of Agriculture, Food & Natural Resources.