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Paul Pepper: Tim Reinbott, MU's Sanborn Field, "75 Years of Aureomycin"

Among the many feathers in the University of Missouri's proverbial research cap is the ability to say that the very first orally-induced "miracle drug" known as aureomycin was first discovered on Sanborn Field (on the Columbia campus) by botany professor Benjamin Duggar in the mid-1900s. Present day Sanborn Field director TIM REINBOTT gives us a little history lesson on today's show! July 31, 2023

Travis McMillen is the senior media producer at the Donald W. Reynolds Journalism Institute. For KBIA, Travis oversees production of "The Daily Blend w/ AC."
Paul Pepper was a fixture on the mid-Missouri airwaves from 1969 until his retirement in 2023. He started hosting Radio Friends with Paul Pepper for KBIA-FM in 2009 after a remarkable 40-year on-air career at KOMU-TV.
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