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Category Archives: Research
Two CNAS students presented at the Geological Society of America’s annual meeting held in Denver, Colorado Sept. 24-28. Each student presented a poster on their research and had the opportunity to listen to lectures by experts in the field and
Interested the formation of volcanoes and mountains? Attend the 49th annual Rock, Gem, and Mineral Show this upcoming weekend (Oct. 15-16).
There’s an eternal fascination with the mysterious phenomena of the sky, and June 30 is just one day to celebrate and ponder: It’s Meteor Day.
Dr. Brett Garland and Dr. Ron Malega recently received more than $50,000 from the Missouri State Highway Patrol to map trends of domestic violence across the state of Missouri.
How are fire and water related? According to Dr. Robert Pavlowsky, prescribed burning to manage forests may impact stream health.
Kevin Mickus receives a grant, allowing him to continue his research and explore the origins of the Himalayan Mountains.
Google Maps has put geographic information system (GIS) technology on the map. Dr. Jun Luo recently recently developed a GIS for Shamrock Marketing Services, Inc. to use while servicing O’Reilly Auto Parts.
Research is essential in the field of science, so each year the College of Natural and Applied Sciences recognizes exemplary work by its faculty, students and staff .
Several faculty and staff members in the College of Natural and Applied Science at Missouri State University will be presenting at the Missouri Master Naturalist Advanced Training May 1-3.