‘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.
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.
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.
Designing new ways to understand material
Findings could lead to better batteries, improved water treatment systems and sensing applications that can measure the amount of nitrate in soil.
As the world prepares to tune in to the Olympics, Natasha Kaiser-Brown (alumna, two-time Olympian and current Mizzou track and field coach) reflects on her time at the Games — and what she’s looking forward to seeing from Tokyo.
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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