The University of Missouri is —literally —out of this world. Our engineering students envision the future of rocketry, our faculty study the geology of distant moons and our journalism alumni lead podcasts for NASA. Even our Laws Observatory enables us to explore the far reaches of the universe from right here in Columbia. Since the Apollo Missions, our Mizzou family has been a national leader in space research, and we continue to open up new pathways for interstellar discovery and reshape the way we think about life on Earth.
On this week’s Inside Mizzou podcast, Chancellor Cartwright talks with Linda Godwin, a former NASA astronaut and retired professor of physics and astronomy, and Jordyn Lucas, a PhD student in biochemistry. Jordyn also works in Professor Donald Burke-Agüero’s laboratory as part of a NASA-funded project that uses ribonucleic acid (RNA) to explore the origins of life. They discuss our community’s rich contributions to space discovery, as well as the many ways we continue to push the boundaries of what’s possible across the universe.
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