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Power of Protein Fuels the Success of Start Right Foods in St. Louis

By: Kathleen Berger, Executive Producer for Science & Technology If anyone told Kyle Rood or Clint Mathews they’d be flipping waffles after graduating from the University of Missouri, they wouldn’t have believed it. Matthews pursued a business degree receiving his MBA (master of business administration) when he met Rood, a biomedical engineer. Together they formed a […]

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PUCK Allows People to Controls Devices Without Remote Controls

By: Kathleen Berger, Executive Producer for Science & Technology Frustration with remote controls is not uncommon.  Entrepreneur Barnabas Helmy explained how the struggle with having so many remote controls is real. “It’s old fashioned. It’s a technology that’s kind of dated,” said Helmy. So Helmy set out to build a solution that he believes will take […]

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Policy Makers in India Turn to a Leading Expert in St. Louis for Help with Toxic Smog in New Delhi

Some of the most polluted cities from all over the world call on a Washington University expert to advise them when facing serious public health issues.

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Spotlight: New Year, New You

The focus is New Year’s resolutions in this premiere episode of Spotlight. Pink: Perfect Timing Author Daniel Pink enlightens us on how to have better timing in just about everything we do and all the decisions we make. Anew Nature Anew Nature furniture company provides hands-on training and job placement for former felons, teaching them […]

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New App Matches International Students with Universities & Provides Connections to Campus Life

Connexio aims to provide a solution for foreign students mystified by the concept of college in the United States.

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Sonar Technology for Liquid Forensics to Determine Quality of Water and Beverages; Motor Oil Too!

Sonar technology may one day test safety of drinking water and become a tool for food and beverage regulatory agencies to check product quality.

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Therapy Dogs Help Hospital Patients Take Active Role in Their Recovery & Lowers Pain Perception

Studies show how therapy dogs in hospitals reduce patients’ blood pressure and lower pain perception in children and adults.

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St. Louis Neurologist is Honored for Significant Contributions to Multiple Sclerosis Research

St. Louis neurologist Anne H. Cross, MD, is recognized for her role in discovering the destructive effects of immune B cells in MS.

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Police Drones are Launched in St. Louis County to Protect and Serve

Police drones can help identify suspects and weapons; allowing officers to investigate from a safe distance.

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Live in the Moment, Don’t Selfie or Snap It as Study Finds Less Benefit for People and Business

Snapshot finding from study: if an event is otherwise highly enjoyable, pausing to take pictures will detract from a person’s engagement and enjoyment.

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