University of Missouri

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The University of Missouri-Columbia (MU) is the flagship campus of the University of Missouri system and was established in 1839 as the first public university west of the Mississippi River. MU is one of the nation's top-tier R1 institutions by US News and a RU/VH (research university with very high research activity) by Carnegie Foundation. It is also a member of the Association of American Universities (AAU), composed of 62 leading research-intensive universities in the North America. MU is one of only six public universities in the US with medicine, veterinary medicine, and law all on one campus.
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20 Jul 2021

Emerging Technologies Set to Shape Next Generation of Plant-Based Meat

Plant-based meat has increasingly been making headlines in recent years, as product sales swell and industry investment continues to reach dizzying heights.However, this is only the beginning. Plant-based meat producers are increasingly looking towards a range of emerging technologies to create the next generation of hyper-realistic plant-based alternatives.
21 Jun 2021

Plant-Based Meat 2021-2031

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26 Feb 2021

Detecting COVID-19 With a Sticker on Your Skin

One day, a wearable, bioelectronic device could wirelessly transmit a person's vital signs — potentially providing critical information for early detection of health issues such as COVID-19 or heart disease — to a healthcare provider, eliminating the need for an in-person visit while also saving lives.
28 Aug 2020

Sintx Technologies

Sintx Technologies is an OEM ceramics company developing and commercializing silicon nitride. In addition to biomedical and industrial applications, Sintx are now exploring silicon nitride as an antimicrobial material. IDTechEx analyst Nadia Tsao interviewed Sintx CEO Dr Sonny Bal on 13 August 2020.
15 Jul 2020

The New Tattoo: Drawing Electronics on Skin

One day, people could monitor their own health conditions by simply picking up a pencil and drawing a bioelectronic device on their skin. In a new study, engineers demonstrated that the simple combination of pencils and paper could be used to create devices that might be used to monitor personal health.
10 Jan 2020

Wearable Air Conditioning

One day, soldiers could cool down on the military battlefield -- preventing heat stroke or exhaustion -- by using "wearable air conditioning," an on-skin device that includes numerous human health care applications such as the ability to monitor blood pressure, electrical activity of the heart and the level of skin hydration.
16 Dec 2019

Advancments in 3D Printing Technology for Orthopaedic Care

It is no secret that technology is transforming the healthcare industry at rapid speed. The idea of 3D printing a patient's specific fracture pattern or bone pathology on command seemed like science fiction just a few years ago; however, 3D printing technology is revolutionizing orthopaedic care and is making this process a reality today.
16 Aug 2019

Towards smart packaging that detects the presence of salmonella

When food is recalled due to contamination from bacteria such as salmonella, one may wonder how a tainted product ended up on store shelves. New technology being developed could give retailers and regulators an earlier warning on dangers in food, improving public health and giving consumers peace of mind.
21 May 2018

Battery-in-screen paves way to ultra-thin smartphones

Scientists in Hong Kong and China have combined a semi-transparent arrangement of anodes and cathodes with a transparent electrolyte to make the first ever photoluminescent microbattery that can simultaneously act as a power supply and a full-colour display.
31 Mar 2017

Robotics aid in the study of corn and drought tolerance

Developing drought tolerant corn that makes efficient use of available water will be vital to sustain the estimated 9 billion global population by 2050.
9 Dec 2015

Grant to develop EV battery materials manufacturing technology

The U.S. Department of Energy Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy recently selected 24 projects from a competitive field to receive a nearly $55 million investment in "vehicle technologies that will strengthen the U.S. clean energy economy."
2 Nov 2015

Biodegradable displays for electronics

Researchers are on the path to creating biodegradable electronics by using organic components in screen displays.
2 Sep 2015

Laser-burned graphene gains metallic powers

Chemists who developed a unique form of graphene have found a way to embed metallic nanoparticles that turn the material into a useful catalyst for fuel cells and other applications.
12 Dec 2014

Simple way to make material for energy storage, electronics

Researchers have created flexible, patterned sheets of multilayer graphene from a cheap polymer by burning it with a computer-controlled laser.
20 Nov 2014

Compatible In-plane Microsupercapacitors for Wearable Electronics

University of Missouri-Columbia, United States
17 Sep 2014

First water-based nuclear battery

For the first time using a water-based solution, researchers have created a long-lasting and more efficient nuclear battery that could be used for many applications.
7 Apr 2014


This profile summarizes the activities of the publicly held 3D bioprinter company, Organovo. The company strategy is discussed, and the strengths and weaknesses of its position analysed.
23 May 2011

New solar technology could break photovoltaic limits

Photovoltaic (PV) efficiency is a significant problem for today's commercial solar panels, which can collect only a theoretical maximum of about 30 percent of available light. Now, a team that includes a University of Missouri engineer is developing a flexible solar film that can theoretically capture more than 90 percent of available light. Prototypes could be produced within the next five years.
23 May 2011

Solar technology to capture more than 90% of light energy

A team that includes a University of Missouri engineer is developing a flexible solar film that can theoretically capture more than 90 percent of available light.
13 Oct 2009

Smaller and more efficient nuclear battery

University of Missouri researchers are developing a nuclear energy source that is smaller, lighter and more efficient.