Aug. 18, 2022
To bee or not to bee
Scientists at University of Missouri and Webster University find climate change is linked to the decline of bumblebees in alpine regions of the Rocky Mountains.
Aug. 15, 2022
MU math specialists boost knowledge, confidence among elementary school students, teachers
Graduate program enhances math education for Missouri students and professional development opportunities for Missouri teachers.
Aug. 9, 2022
QAnon’s power of attraction
An MU sociologist is studying why some people choose to believe in and follow the modern-day conspiracy theory.
Aug. 3, 2022
Man or machine
New study from Missouri School of Journalism finds many Americans are unaware of the role artificial intelligence plays in the news they consume.
Aug. 1, 2022
Signaling ‘stressed-out’ plants
For more than 30 years, Ron Mittler has studied a chemical compound called reactive oxygen species, and his ongoing work is uncovering a new view on its importance.
July 28, 2022
Prenatal opioid exposure may trigger neurological, behavioral changes later in life
MU study links changes in gut bacteria to prenatal exposure to oxycodone, a commonly abused opioid during pregnancy.
July 26, 2022
Study: Londoners at increased risk of dying from heat stress
University of Missouri researcher finds UK’s net-zero climate policy is not enough to mitigate risk; situation same in other European cites, but less dire in U.S.
July 22, 2022
Historical mistrust in government, health care industry contributes to COVID-19 vaccine hesitancy for African Americans
MU researcher studies social, structural determinants of health that feed vaccine hesitancy, worsen health disparities for African Americans.
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