A professor and a long jumper, both from Bermuda, look to cultivate connections.
Mizzou’s table tennis club blasts straight to the nationals.
Deaton and wife Anne will lead MU international institute.
Multiple factors contribute to obesity.
An undergraduate researcher is helping to make water safer.
Models of the Missouri State Capitol friezes hang in Jesse Hall.
Plants can get bad metals out of the ground and good metals into your diet.
Kristofer Hagglund takes the reins as dean of health professions.
Philosophy professor ponders universal mysteries with his students.
Two sets of identical twins walk the halls of the School of Nursing.
3-D printing at MU is sparking medical and manufacturing breakthroughs.
Research helps dental fillings last longer.
MU helps Lexington, Mo., vie for arts dollars.
Service fraternity collects clothes to be resold.
At age 96, Boyd O'Dell is still researching and publishing.
MU Nutritional Center for Health to open in renovated Gwynn Hall.
Executive director meets with health professionals across the state.
A new therapy tackles the scourge of strep throat.
MU research shows downsides to statins, a class of drugs that reduce cholesterol.
MU focuses on graduate student training in STEM fields.
Mizzou helps low-income Missourians eat more healthfully.
One of Columbia's oldest buildings will remain standing.
MU installs wind turbine to further Climate Action Plan.
Maintenance and repair work is becoming a major problem at MU.
Doctoral student from Taiwan finds a home at Mizzou.
Napoleon A. Chagnon and Martin Daly hired.
2013 Kemper Fellowships for Teaching Excellence announced.
Memorial Tower contains many mysteries.
College of Education senior wins storytelling contest.
New app alerts farmers to cattle in distress.
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