An overview of the state of legislation, law enforcement and rule promulgation
Esquire magazine’s Chris Jones on maintaining a relationship —with your editor.
All photos by Paige Blankenbuehler and taken on a Missouri School of Journalism field reporting trip in Costa Rica in January. Continue reading Guanacaste and Monteverde provinces, Costa Rica
This article originally appeared in Illumination Magazine, a MU publication that covers research news.
Journalists experiment with infrared imaging in the Monteverde cloud forest with Costa Rican bat species, and discover an unexpected reality.
If we cannot express freely, are we even free? What is not being said in the silence of solidarity?
This article was written for and originally appeared in the Columbia Missourian on December 19, 2014.
I’ve been collecting.
When I was six, it was a stash of Polly Pockets in an untidy pile in my closet. Fast forward to 13, it was CDs out of my father’s collection of classics in the garage. High School it was lipstick and notebooks (there was something about the fresh paper — the possibility! — and the school aisle that made my heart palpitate).
This article was written for and originally appeared on Decoding Science.
A polluted pathway and damaged mitochondria monitored by a peptide points the way to drug development.