COLUMBIA, Mo.--Students conducting experiments in science lab classes at the University of Missouri-Columbia will be required to do more than just add one drop of this, two drops of that and see what they get. In an effort to increase student involvement, critical thinking and analysis, various MU undergraduate lab courses will soon get a curriculum overhaul.

The University, through its departments of biochemistry and chemistry, Science Education Center and Honors College, has received a $450,000 grant from the National Science Foundation to revamp science lab activities to increase student inquiry and participation and make...

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