Family support key to overcoming barriers to HIV treatment in Africa
MU researchers find that as the stigma of AIDS/HIV decreases in Africa, more young people are helping older family members with the virus find treatment.
Predicting the spread of invasive carp using river water flows
University of Missouri engineers are partnering with the U.S. Geological Survey to better understand how to stop invasive carp from damaging both the economy and the environment.
Nursing shortage affects rural Missourians more, MU study finds
Rural Missouri counties also have highest percentage of nurses over age 54, nearing retirement.
Expert: What are ransomware attacks, and how to prevent them
Prasad Calyam, a cybersecurity expert at the University of Missouri, shares some ways people and businesses can protect their digital information from being stolen online.
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