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Can nest conditions predict what kinds of predators can masticate a bird? What effects do controlled drugs have on the formation of persistent follicles in beef cows? How resourceful is the neglected art of video poetry? These were just some of the questions that approximately 120 undergraduate students were attempting to answer during the summer of 2007.

The Undergraduate Research and Creative Achievements Forum, held at the end of July at the Bond Life Sciences Center, allowed students to present their scholarly research projects to the public. MU students specializing in an array of concentrations were stationed at posters describing their findings.

Published January 14, 2008

The Sundry Uses of Fuzzy Logic

The Sundry Uses of Fuzzy Logic

James Keller

Professor, Electrical and Computer Engineering and Computer Science

Published May 12, 2006

The Sundry Uses of Fuzzy Logic

The Sundry Uses of Fuzzy Logic

James Keller

Professor, Electrical and Computer Engineering and Computer Science

Published May 12, 2006

A Bacon of Hope

A Bacon of Hope

Randall Prather

Professor, Division of Animal Sciences

Published January 20, 2009

Reconstructing the History of Earthquakes, Mountains, and Volcanoes

Reconstructing the History of Earthquakes, Mountains, and Volcanoes

Mian Liu

Professor of Geological Sciences

Published October 10, 2007

Comparing Candy and Cocaine

Comparing Candy and Cocaine

Matt Will

Assistant Professor of Psychological Sciences

Published October 14, 2010