Science & Technology
Help Wanted: Daydreamers. Study Finds Daydreaming on the Job can Bring Creative Solutions
According to a new Washington University study, some daydreaming may have significant creative benefits!
Testing Wastewater in Missouri to Track Spread of COVID & Delta Variant, Identifying Mu Variant
Marc Johnson, PhD, at the University of Missouri School of Medicine is a pioneer in the new science of wastewater testing for COVID-19 tracking.
Most Powerful MRI Scanner in Missouri for Researchers & Clinicians
The 7T MRI packs more than twice the imaging power for seeing structures associated with neurological diseases and other conditions in greater detail.
Canadian Firm Plans to Make More 3D-Printed Medical Devices in St. Louis
Open source designs for 3D printed medical devices is gaining momentum in St. Louis.
Anti-Aging Compound NMN Shows Some Promising Results in Small Clinical Trial in St. Louis
NMM research exploring anti-aging benefits of NMN nutraceutical is supported by a $3.8 million grant from the U.S. Department of Defense.
911 Real-Time Analytics at Parkway Schools to Identify Nearby Threats & Hazards in Real Time
With SirenGPS technology provided to Parkway Schools, school security and administration will know about a 911 call before police arrive on scene.
Study to Determine if Weekly Surveillance Testing for COVID-19 Infections is Needed in Schools
Students, staff and household members are asked to sign up for weekly surveillance testing for COVID-19 infections during the entire 2021-2022 school year.
Some COVID-19 Dual-Antibody Therapies Prove Effective Against Variants in Animal Study at WashU
Many, but not all, COVID-19 dual antibody therapies proved effective against a wide range of variants in a WashU animal study.
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Monkeying Around at the St. Louis Zoo
Get an up close and personal look at the new outdoor Primate exhibit at the St. Louis Zoo.
MU Researcher is Enrolling Patients in Study to Learn More About COVID-19 Variants and Mutations
University of Missouri School of Medicine researcher is enrolling study participants infected by the Delta variant and any new variant the lab may identify.