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  1. “Hidden Treasure of Rome” Project Unveiled; MU, Italian Museum, City of Rome, Energy Company Partner for Historical Pr

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    For more than a century, hundreds of thousands of historical artifacts dating back to before the founding of Rome have been stored in crates in the Capitoline Museums of Rome, where they have remained…

  2. Increased Access to Nature Trails, Forest Lands –Not Nature Preserves– Could Decrease Youth Obesity Rates, MU Study Finds

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    As youth obesity levels in America remain at record high levels, health professionals and policymakers continue to search for solutions to this national health issue. Now, researchers at the University…

  3. MU Study Provides Guideline for Determining Effectiveness of College Football Training Methods

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    Athletic performance varies from day to day, which can make it difficult for strength and conditioning professionals to judge whether athletes' improvements are due to effective training. Now,…

  4. Tiger Walk 2014

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  5. Plants Respond to Leaf Vibrations Caused by Insects’ Chewing, MU Study Finds

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    Previous studies have suggested that plant growth can be influenced by sound and that plants respond to wind and touch. Now, researchers at the University of Missouri, in a collaboration that brings…

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    • MU Researchers Use Sensors to Monitor Older Adults’ Health, Sync Health Information between Homes and Hospitals

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      Technological advances have provided medical professionals with many devices and systems to collect and analyze patients’ health information, but many of these technologies do not share data…

    • 3-D ‘Map’ of Enzyme Completed by MU Scientists Could Lead to More Effective Drugs

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      University of Missouri researchers have completed a 3-D map of an enzyme called Proline utilization A (PutA). PutA facilitates metabolism by adding oxygen to molecules. John Tanner, a professor in…

    • MU Researchers Develop Advanced Three-Dimensional “Force Microscope”

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      Membrane proteins are the “gatekeepers” that allow information and molecules to pass into and out of a cell. Until recently, the microscopic study of these complex proteins has been restricted…

    • MU Researcher Close to Solving Health Problem for Cancer Patients

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      Patients with cancer and other long-term debilitating diseases often have an additional problem. Many cancer patients, as well as those with other chronic diseases, can experience a wasting disease,…

    • MU 3-D Printing Lab Helps Doctors and Scientists, Builds Student’s Careers

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      In the two years since the University of Missouri’s College of Engineering opened a three-dimensional (3-D) printing facility, students and faculty from fields as diverse as paleontology, medicine…

    • MU Researchers Identify Risk-Factors for Addictive Video-Game Use among Adults

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      New research from the University of Missouri indicates escapism, social interaction and rewards fuel problematic video-game use among “very casual” to “hardcore” adult gamers.…

    • Second Largest Freshman Class in MU History Participates in Annual Tiger Walk

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      On the first day of classes, the University of Missouri welcomed the most diverse student body in its history. With 34,111 students enrolled, diversity in the student body increased 3.4 percent compared…

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