University of Missouri announces initiative for NextGen MURR, a new research reactor to improve and save lives through advanced nuclear medicines
Request for Qualification/Request for Proposal is the first step for NextGen MURR as MU looks to expand its capabilities in medical radioisotope development.
A new view of microscopic processes
New equipment for a specialized electron microscope at the University of Missouri is added with the support of a $800,000 grant from the National Science Foundation.
Stitching together a future in fashion
Senior Annika Rader is exploring history through closets of the past.
Enhancing learning opportunities
New funding brings state-of-the-art equipment to the Henry Kirklin Plant Sciences Learning Laboratory.
Teaching and Learning
Leading leaders in leadership
Greg Sullivan, the director of MU’s positive coaching and athletic leadership program, molds coaches and leaders through his online courses.
Junior Nez Redi implements what he has learned through the Trulaske College of Business to create his own online clothing brand.
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