Creating an energy grid with small bioenergy power plants could benefit people in rural areas of the country.
Small biomass power plants could boost rural economies
Researchers investigate a thunderstorm-producing phenomenon
Atmospheric science researchers will deploy to eastern Kansas and western Missouri to study a poorly-understood phenomenon called elevated convection that can trigger rainfall-intense thunderstorms.
Agricultural Education graduate students show undergraduate leaders the ropes -- with the help of the Ag Alumni Association
The Agricultural Education Graduate Student Association hosted the second Student Organization Leadership Academy Feb. 22 at the University of Missouri. The Academy was open to all students in CAFNR, whether they belong to an organization or not. The Mizzou Ag Alumni Association provides funding for the event.
An atmospheric science grad describes his career
If you watch RFD-TV, one of the nation’s largest syndicated news programs, you get your agricultural weather forecast from Chief Meteorologist Chayot (C.T.) Thongklin, a MU-trained meteorologist.
Missouri's soil hasn't recovered from last year's drought
The heavy Midwest snowfall this winter wasn’t enough to recharge the soil with enough moisture.
New model improves Predictive Farm Management
DuPont, CAFNR and USDA will pool soil-mapping resources, predictive technologies and expertise to help growers improve crop yields.