Science and Technology

Cracking Open How Dinosaurs Hatched

Jan 7, 2017

A Trip to a Gadget Nirvana

Jan 7, 2017

The weight of gender bias on women’s scientific careers

Jan 1, 2017

A series of high-profile sexual misconduct investigations have sent waves through the scientific academy this year.

In recent years, the opioid epidemic has touched a staggering number of American families.

Nationwide, more than 52,000 people died of a drug overdose in 2015. Of those deaths, 33,000 involved opioids such as prescription pain relievers or heroin, according to data released in December by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. In all, more than 300,000 Americans have lost their lives to an opioid overdose since 2000.

Space Trivia, and a Cosmic Trip Planner

Dec 24, 2016

Notes on Composing for Science

Dec 24, 2016

A True Story of High Drama in Space

Dec 24, 2016

A Somber Room of Climate Scientists

Dec 17, 2016

Going All In on Clean Energy

Dec 17, 2016

The Cost of Co-Pay Drug Coupons

Dec 10, 2016

MU Program Gives $500k to Fund Biomedical Projects

Oct 13, 2016
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An MU program created to improve patient care awarded $500,000 to five different research teams on Tuesday.

The Coulter Translational Partnership Program’s goal is to accelerate the use of biomedical innovations to help patients. The partnership is between MU and the Wallace H. Coulter Foundation.

The money will fund projects focusing on a range of medical experiments, including treating vertebral compression fractures, protecting corneal tissue and visualizing the coronary artery.

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