Show me the research

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On July 1, 2007

On April 17, UMR student researchers showed Missouri legislators how glass is being used to strengthen bone tissue, how breakthroughs in chemistry might result in a new method of removing lead from the bloodstream, how nutrients in streams can be monitored more efficiently and why flood plains need to be checked for high levels of salt.

As part of Undergraduate Research Day at the Capitol, the UMR students joined those from the other three University of Missouri campuses to demonstrate how undergraduates are participating in research that is meaningful to Missouri residents. The students were introduced on the House and Senate floors.

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