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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 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.
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" ...
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.
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 ...
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.
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.
Life sciences elevator pitches
This video presents the elevator pitches given in the field of life sciences. Each elevator pitch consists of a presentation from the faculty/student innovator, followed by questions/answers from the audience.
Research, collaboration, and investment
This panel featured companies that are seeking research collaboration and/or investment - Organovo, NEMS/MEMS Works LLC, Verapulse, AST, Cardialen, Nanoparticle Biochem Inc. Each presenter provided information about his ...
There is help for people like you
This panel, moderated by Mike Brooks, the President of Regional Economic Development, Inc. (REDI) discussed community resources available for entrepreneurs.
From conception to corporation : getting off square one
This panel discussed how to grow a business once founded. Concepts addressed include tax liability, commercialization pathways, client relationships and capitalization strategy.
This panel of four successful entrepreneurs from a variety of industries discussed some of the strategies they used to attain their success. Vicki Russell of Regional Economic Development, Inc. (REDI) served as moderator.
Taking technology from concept to commercialization
The Missouri Technology Expo 2010 opened with welcome addresses from Chancellor Brady Deaton and Dr. Robert Duncan and the keynote address from Dr. Stephen Padgette. Dr. Padgette discussed the commercialization of technology, ...
100 Years of Missouri Football
(Curators of the University of Missouri, 1990)
This 90-minute video traces the development of the University of Missouri football program from its origins in 1890.
Photoacoustic Detection of Metastatic Melanoma
We in the Viator lab at the University of Missouri have invented a cell sorting apparatus that is capable of high throughput analysis of blood samples from patients at risk for metastatic melanoma. This invention is similar ...
Welcoming remarks and congratulations from John Denbo
Director of the Phelps County Regional Medical Center, John Denbo, offers congratulations to the J. Otto Lottes Health Sciences library on its anniversary and provides commentary on the creation of the Mayhec Digital Library ...
Visions of transparency: the human body and social order [videorecording]
Professor Engelstein's lecture on early scientific views of the human body opened the exhibit Controlling Heredity: The American Eugenics Crusade 1870 - 1940.
Gold Nanoparticles from Green Sources
Gold nanoparticles are being used in a myriad of medical and technological applications ranging from diagnostic, therapy agents in medicine, to sensors in telecommunication/auto industry and as sources of catalysts in ...
"Big winner": nuclear fear in the U.S. before and after 9/11 [videorecording]
(University of Missouri--Columbia. MU Libraries, 2010)
This lecture discussed the retrospective climate at the end of the twentieth century in which lessened fears of large scale death and destruction were the result of the end of the Cold War. An examination of Don DeLillo's ...