200 years in the making
Mizzou faculty, staff, students and alumni celebrate the Missouri bicentennial and prepare to share their expertise at this weekend’s “Together for ’21 Fest.”
‘Dark matter’ in cat genomes may shed light on human disease
MU researchers find cat genome resembles human genome more closely than nearly all other mammals.
Research with heart
MU researcher is looking for how to best prescribe exercise to treat heart failure patients.
Missouri 4-H'ers help reduce food insecurity across the state
To date, the program has provided more than 318,000 servings of pork to food-insecure Missourians.
The history of Truman the Tiger
As we prepare to celebrate International Tiger Day, take a look back at the history of our favorite mascot.
Researchers receive more than $6 million to study diabetes-related cardiovascular disease
Two grants will focus on creating new interventions to minimize the impact of diabetes on the vascular system.
Cores of discovery
With top-tier magnetic and electron imaging, Mizzou clinicians and researchers practice at the fore of the resolution revolution.
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