Sept. 15, 2020
MU campus departments can now purchase an FDA-approved hand sanitizer created by the University of Missouri College of Engineering.
The hand sanitizer is available online, with two options currently available: one-liter spray bottles and half-gallon refill containers. It is available only for Mizzou campus orders.
Tiger Paw is an FDA-approved ethanol-based formula designed to avoid drying out hands. The MU Hacking COVID-19 Task Force identified this project as one way to help keep the Mizzou community safer.
Veterinary medicine team gives service dog a second chance
Mizzou veterinarians help Brady the golden retriever beat cancer and get back to his family.
Professor helping develop better way to diagnose COVID-19
The project aims to provide better, speedier test results.
Analyzing wastewater to understand the spread of COVID-19
University of Missouri scientists are helping the state of Missouri detect COVID-19 from samples collected across the state.
Treat it right, and Christmas cactus lives to bloom another year
With proper care, Christmas cactus can be a gift that gives for many years.
Stay up-to-date on all things Mizzou when you subscribe to the Show Me Mizzou newsletter. Issues will arrive in your inbox every Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday.