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Darwin's Mystery of Mysteries
Associate Professor in the Department of Philosophy in the College of Arts and Sciences at the University of Missouri-Columbia, Andre Ariew, delivers a lecture on Charles Darwin's heroes and inspirations in the fields of philosophy and science....
Help! Where am I?
Professor James M. Keller of the University of Missouri-Columbia department of Computer Sciences delivers a summary lecture on fuzzy logic and computer engineering....
Do we really need sleep?
Mahesh Thakkar, Phd. in the Department of Neurology at the School of Medicine in the University of Missouri-Columbia, delivers a summary lecture on sleep and it's affects, informed by twenty years of research into sleep.
How Game Theory explains stupid behavior
MU Department of Philosophy Associate Professor Zachary Ernst delivers a summary explanation of Game Theory and it's influence on human behavior.
Cure you or cripple you?
Visiting scholar Mark Daniels delivers a lecture on the human immune system and how it protects the body from disease and infection as well as immune system malfunctions.
The chemistry of NASCAR
Associate professor in the Department of Chemistry in the College of Arts and Sciences at the University of Missouri-Columbia, Steven W. Keller, delivers a lecture on the chemistry of NASCAR, that is, the underlying chemical properties at work...
Darwin's germ: the life and times of E. Coli
Chairman of the Department of Veterinary Pathobiology in the College of Veterinary Medicine at the University of Missouri-Columbia, George C. Stewart, delivers a summary lecture on the subject of the "most misunderstood" ...
Life in the treetops: Forest canopy research and outreach
Visiting scholar Nalini Nadkarni delivers a fifty minute lecture highlighting her own forest canopy research with special attention paid to interdisciplinary perspectives.
How does malaria jump from mosquitoes to humans?
Associate Professor in the Department of Veterinary Pathobiology at the University of Missouri-Columbia, Brenda Beerntsen, delivers a lecture on malaria and it's method of transmission from mosquitoes to humans.
Charles M. Rick's hunt for the wild tomato
Visiting scholar and director of the C. M. Rick Tomato Genetics Resource Center at the University of California-Davis, Roger Chetelat, delivers a lecture on pioneering tomato geneticist Charles M. Rick and his study of ...
Climate, climate change and hurricanes
, and hurricanes, as part of the Saturday Morning Science lecture series....
Science Outreach and Informal Science Education-Programs and Partnerships [abstract]
Our vision is to create a culture where engagement between scientists and the public is the norm. This will contribute to workforce development, public understanding of science and its economic impacts in our state. We are creating opportunities...
Forests and greenhouse gases: a science primer
Professor Stephen Pallardy of the Forestry department at the University of Missouri-Columbia delivers a summary lecture on the topic of greenhouse gases, forest growth, and global climate change from the perspective of a ...
How are drugs designed?
Assistant Professor of Biochemistry at the University of Missouri-Columbia, Xiaoqin Zou, delivers a lecture on the history of medical drug production and uses.
Maternal diet and sex of offspring
Powerpoint presentation delivered by Curators' Professor in the Department of Animal Science and Biochemistry in the College of Arts and Sciences at the University of Missouri-Columbia, R. Michael Roberts, as part of the Saturday Morning Science...
TaskDo: A Daily Task Recommender System
(University of Missouri -- Kansas City, 2019)
Time is a constant entity and an invaluable element for every living person on this planet. Even with all modern-day technologies being available, many individuals like working professionals, students, and house makers ...
e-Mosaics, 2012 January
(University of Missouri--Columbia, College of Arts and Science, 2012)
From the Dean -- Carissa Loethen: Faith, Luck & Talent -- A&S Events -- Gennifer Albin: Writer Learns that Fate can be Crewel -- Philip Jen: MU’s Bat Man Reflects on his Success -- Megan McKinney: English Alumna Earns ...
(University of Missouri. Alumni Association, 1975)
"Mizzou scientist directs unique center for monitoring world's weather to aid in efficient distribution of earth's harvests"--Page 5
Maneater daily, 2016-10-17 to 2016-10-23
(The Maneater, 2016)