Jan. 3, 2024
Fitness with no age limit
MU’s Stay Strong Stay Healthy program has helped older adults exercise in group settings for decades, and it is just getting started.
Dec. 19, 2023
Notable stories of 2023
FDA-approved cancer breakthroughs. Record graduation rates. Hundreds of millions of grant dollars, and major athletic triumphs. These are just a few of the things Mizzou is celebrating this year.
Dec. 19, 2023
New pilot app supports Missouri farmers’ participation in climate-smart agriculture programs
A groundbreaking app is revolutionizing farming in Missouri — empowering farmers to easily apply for and benefit from sustainable incentive programs.
Dec. 14, 2023
Informing the public about the risks of cannabis
A new NIH grant will help MU researcher Zachary Massey research how to effectively warn the public about health effects of cannabis by determining the most effective use of health warning labels on cannabis products.
Dec. 13, 2023
MU Health Care pilots breakthrough treatment for prostate cancer
Treatment uses radioisotopes produced in the University of Missouri Research Reactor.
Dec. 12, 2023
Engineering an edge
Football and engineering might not seem like a likely couple, but students in Mizzou’s College of Engineering are using their technical know-how to design safer and more comfortable football equipment for the ninth-ranked Tigers.
Dec. 7, 2023
Virtual reality simulations can help autistic people complete real-world tasks, MU study finds
MU researcher uses artificial intelligence to determine how autistic people experience their environment.
Dec. 6, 2023
MU Research Reactor announces commercial shipments of breakthrough radioisotope for cancer treatment
The University of Missouri Research Reactor (MURR) is the only U.S. supplier of the radioisotope, produced using a propriety process developed at MURR.
Dec. 5, 2023
Small but mighty: Microparticles from the placenta may offer major clues on the in utero development of neurobehavioral disorders
MU researchers discover how biological information travels between mothers and babies during pregnancy.
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