Items in this collection are public presentations made by Office of Research staff, either alone or as co-authors, and which may or may not have been published in an alternate format. Items may contain more than one file type.

Recent Submissions

  • Animal to Human Health Collaborations: The Path Forward 

    Forsee, Gary D.; Deaton, Brady J.; Duncan, Robert V.; Marcusse, Bob (University of Missouri (System), 2010-03)
    University and business community leaders discussed lessons learned from the summit and charting a road map forward.
  • Chief Research Officers Panel [videorecording] 

    Deaton, Brady J.; Arshadi, Nasser; Bonewald, Lynda F.; Duncan, Robert V.; Kiel, Cindy; Krishnamurthy, K.; Tait, Raymond C.; Terranova, Paul F.; Guikema, James; Bloedel, Jim (University of Missouri (System), 2010-03)
    Video of Chief Research Officers Panel from Missouri Regional Life Sciences Summit 2010. Institutional strengths, successful collaborations, and future opportunities are discussed.
  • Welcome and keynote address [videorecording] 

    Forsee, Gary D.; Deaton, Brady J.; McCaskill, Claire; Danforth, William H. (University of Missouri (System), 2010-03)
    The Missouri Regional Life Sciences Summit 2010 opened with remarks from Gary Forsee, President of the University of Missouri System, Dr. Brady Deaton, Chancellor of the University of Missouri-Columbia, and Senator Claire ...
  • Invited speakers panel Day 2, Dr. Sayre and Dr. Duncan [videorecording] 

    Sayre, Richard Thomas; Duncan, Robert V. (University of Missouri (System), 2009-04)
    Dr. Richard Sayre spoke about biomass resources, including the potential of microalgae to provide a renewable fuel. Dr. Robert Duncan addressed the need for objective scientific method when evaluating new technologies, ...
  • University of Missouri Chief Research Officers Panel [videorecording] 

    Carney, John F.; Arshadi, Nasser; Duncan, Robert V.; Krishnamurthy, K.; Morgan, William T. (William Thomas), 1941- (University of Missouri (System), 2009-04)
    The Chief Research Officers of the University of Missouri's four campuses present an overview of topics related to the four tracks for the Missouri Energy Summit 2009: Power Generation; Transportation and Biofuels; Energy ...