July 26, 2023
Study examines struggles of Haitian migrants self-managing diabetes on Dominican Republic sugar cane fields
University of Missouri findings have implications for impoverished people struggling to self-manage their diabetes worldwide.
July 24, 2023
An innovative addition to the chemist’s ‘toolbox’
University of Missouri researchers invented a programmable clay material and “building-block” to advance discoveries in chemistry, engineering and other scientific fields.
July 24, 2023
One step off the scales, another step toward inclusive health care
University of Missouri study shows that weighing female patients at health care visits is associated with negative mental health.
July 20, 2023
$3 million grant awarded to MU researcher for leading biomedical and agricultural innovation
A dual-benefit grant awarded by the National Institutes of Health will support scientific exploration to refine gene-editing processes that are poised to inform biomedical and agricultural innovation.
July 19, 2023
New study uses gene prediction tool to select premium grade Angus herds in Missouri and across the United States
In his latest research study, University of Missouri’s Jared Decker proves a new genomic prediction tool can help select best-in-class commercial cattle for superior breeding characteristics.
July 18, 2023
Study aims to improve hospital discharge process
Findings from the University of Missouri can help reduce hospital readmissions after patients are discharged from hospital.
July 17, 2023
Driving innovative solutions for advancing use of ‘plastic’ roads
University of Missouri researchers are on the leading-edge of developing sustainable plastic waste road pavement mixtures.
July 14, 2023
Mobile app enables students with special needs to self-monitor behavior, focus more in class
A nearly $520,000 grant will help a University of Missouri researcher improve students’ self-regulation and independence at school.
July 13, 2023
University of Missouri Research Reactor continues to bolster domestic supply chain of critical radioisotopes
New production of iron and manganese radioisotopes creates domestic supply for researchers and Department of Energy.
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