Rivers partly to blame for sinkholes
Sinkholes periodically cause problems in eastern Missouri, and an expert at the Missouri University of Science and Technology says the Mississippi River and its tributaries are part of the problem.
More than 8,000 Turkey Trot through Springfield today
More than 8,000 runners, walkers and costumed Pilgrims and turkeys ran this morning's 19th annual 5K Turkey Trot through the streets of Springfield.
Curators Approve Nation's First Ph.D. In Explosives Engineering
A pioneering program in explosives engineering at Missouri University of Science and Technology is poised to expand to the doctoral level.
Missouri University of Science and Technology seeks to add explosives Ph.D.
ROLLA, Mo. -- The Missouri University of Science and Technology wants to add a doctoral program in explosives engineering.
Lesser-known JFK assassination controversy involving Catholic priest explored in new book
A lesser-known JFK assassination conspiracy theory, which surrounds the Rev. Oscar Huber, who read Kennedy his last rites, is the topic of discussion in a book written by the pastor's distant cousin.
JFK Historians, Political Scientist Available to Speak to the Media
ROLLA, Mo. -Friday, Nov. 22, 2013, marks the 50th anniversary of the assassination of President John F. Kennedy.
Priest Who Gave Last Rites to JFK Supposedly Leaked News of His Death ...
A new book published this fall by a Missouri University of Science and Technology historian commemorates the 50th anniversary of the John F. Kennedy assassination by examining the so-called news-leak controversy - one of the lesser-known mysteries surrounding President Kennedy's death.
Researchers at Missouri University of Science and Technology Describe Findings in Bone Research
Bioactive glasses have attractive properties as a scaffold material for bone repair, but data on their mechanical properties are limited."
Findings from Missouri University of Science and Technology Broaden Understanding of Polyethylenes
Cell-penetrating peptides are a group of small peptides that are able to traverse cell membrane and deliver a variety of cargoes into living cells."