MU research reactor still breaking new ground in 5th decade of operation
After more than 50 years supporting research and industry as the most powerful university research reactor in the country, the University of Missouri Research Reactor (MURR) is still making waves.
Discovery of complex tunable magnetic order in a topological material tied to exotic electrical conduction
New research is promising for technologies such as high-precision sensors, resistanceless nanowires, magnetic storage media, and quantum computers.
New strongly correlated magnetic phase at intersection of quantum and classical physics in perovskite ruthenate
A new study by a team of researchers including MURR scientist Tom Heitmann and led by Prof. Deepak Singh of the MU Department of Physics & Astronomy suggests the discovery of a new magnetic phase at the cross-road of classical and quantum physics in strongly correlated perovskite materials.
Researchers at MU and MURR develop potential cancer agents
A new study by researchers at MU and MURR advances development of theranostic pairs for potential diagnosis and treatment of cancer.
MU Research Reactor to supply radioisotope for targeted cancer therapy
MURR® has entered into an exclusive agreement to provide no-carrier-added lutetium-177 to Advanced Accelerator Applications, SA (AAA), a Novartis company.
Researchers are exploring theranostic pairs for cancer diagnosis and treatment
Researchers at MU, MURR, and the Truman Memorial Veterans’ Hospital have published a new study evaluating the radioisotopes technetium and rhenium as theranostic agents for diagnosing and treating certain cancers.
Plants have a memory!
Researchers at MURR are using radioisotopes to examine how plants receive, store, and act on information from their environment.
MURR researcher is lead author on study of oldest known red ochre mine in the Americas
Brandi MacDonald, an assistant research professor at the University of Missouri Research Reactor’s Archaeometry Laboratory, led the first study of the oldest known red ochre mine in the Americas.
MURR featured in NextGen Precision Health Institute video
MURR is featured in Mizzou’s exciting NextGen Precision Health Institute video
MURR Researchers Measure Microbial Assimilation of Plant-Borne Carbon
MURR researchers are now able to measure microbial assimilation of plant-borne carbon allowing them to identify conditions that promote optimal plant-microbe symbioses.