Science & Technology
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.
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.
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.
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.
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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The World’s First VR Experience Powered by Brainwaves
Healium is the world’s first virtual and augmented reality platform powered by brainwaves and heart rate via consumer wearables.
Spray-On Skin Treatment for Serious Burns is Helping Patients in Missouri
An MU Health Care surgeon is one of the first in Missouri to treat burn victims with spray-on skin.
State Panel’s Report on Hyperloop Advocates Missouri as Location for National Certification Test Track
A bipartisan Missouri panel explores building a hyperloop system in Missouri, positioning the state to win a bid for a national certification test track.
Hyperloop Pod on Display in Missouri as State Panel’s Proposal for a Hyperloop Test Track is Made Public
Hyperloop pod on display in downtown St. Louis attracts interest and invites many questions!
The Power of Pig Poop: Renewable Energy Created from Manure
A St. Louis-based company is generating power from pig poop by converting pig manure into renewable natural gas.