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St. Louis-Based SirenGPS is Successful in Texas as App Improves 911 Location Accuracy

The SirenGPS app helps first responders find people faster when they use the app’s 911 panic button.

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Reuben Reuel Creates Clothing For All Sizes of Women While Building Fashion In St. Louis

Reuben Reuel creates custom fashion pieces that flatter the silhouette of many shapes of women – and he’s putting St. Louis fashion on the map in the process.

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Allison Mitchell – Making Waves In The Fashion Industry And Bringing It Back To St. Louis

Allison Mitchell’s bags are gaining notice – both for her brand and for St. Louis as a new, small, fashion hub.

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2018 Economic Development Partnership Annual Meeting

Join us for the 2018 Economic Development Partnership Annual Meeting celebrating all the achievements of the past year of economic development for St. Louis.

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Indoor Drones for Warehouse Inventory and Facility Inspection

Corvus Robotics provides an inventory and inspection solution for warehouse and manufacturing facilities.

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Hope in the Baking

Follow baker Daryl along on a day in the Bridge Bread Bakery, learn his remarkable story and how this bakery is restoring hope while baking delicious goods.

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Rozzy Learning Company Seeks To Inspire STEM Careers

Rozzy Learning Company believes kids are never too young to learn about STEM careers in fun ways.

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Meetings Go Back to the Future

Much that doesn’t work about corporate meetings is being tackled by a St. Louis company that is throwing out modern tech, and using toys and cartoons instead.

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The Distiller in Pink Boots

Former science teacher/grandma Benay Shannon is one of only six female distillers in the US. See how she and her distilled spirits stand out from the crowd.

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Emily Lohse-Busch

We sit down with Arch Grants Executive Director Emily Lohse-Busch and talk about how Arch Grants and the startup community is putting St. Louis back on the map

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Arts Incubator

The Catalyst Innovation Lab inside the Centene Center for the Arts is a new space capitalizing on an old concept: that of the incubator space.

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MetKnow Wants To Help You Know People Better

MetKnow, a 2017 Arch Grants winner, is a “flashcard and quizzing” mobile application that helps users keep track of acquaintances’ names.

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MakersValley Looks To Democratize Manufacturing – Starting With The Fashion Industry

MakersValley is an online business to business service platform that connects makers with highly skilled artisans and manufacturers for small scale orders.

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Arch Grants Winner Plays “ViTAL” Role in Classroom Access

ViTAL, a St. Louis based startup, has created technology to use touch screens’ vibrations to open up learning for blind and visually impaired students.

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New Software for Drug Companies to Make Drugs Cheaper, Faster and Better

New software will provide pharmaceutical companies the ability to develop drugs cheaper, faster and better by improving calculations of drug-target binding.

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Personal Safety in the Modern World | Nick Droege

Nick explains and demos advance personal safety application from Safetrek.

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New Method of Protection Against Pneumococcal Pneumonia

VaxNewMo has engineered E. coli to manufacture pneumococcal conjugate vaccines.

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3-D Hologram of Patient’s Heart Floating in Mid-Air is a Heartbeat Away for St. Louis Startup

Startup’s 3D augmented reality platform features real-time holography of patient’s heart.

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Outdoor Metrix Offers Smart Hunting for Hunters to Predict and Plan the Next Hunt (Arch Grants)

Outdoor Metrix takes aim at hunters by giving them the tools to predict and plan their next hunt.

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New Smart Crop-Monitoring Platform Alerts Farmers & Growers About Their Crops

The PheNode is a ‘smart’, farm-ready, solar-powered environmental sensor and phenotyping station for crops.

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The BALSA Foundation

The BALSA Foundation is a not-for-profit organization helping first-time business owners in the St. Louis area get started.

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Auto Technicians Wanted

Automotive technicians are in very high demand. The jobs can pay up to six figures, but there are more jobs than there are auto techs.

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Community Sunscreen Dispensers Provide Sun Protection and Awareness (Arch Grants)

St. Louis startup says community sunscreen dispensers promote the fight against skin cancer.

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The PUCK Smart Remote Controls Devices Using Smartphones

The creator of PUCK says you can toss your remotes with his patented wireless bluetooth low-energy to infrared bridge.

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clEAR Games for Hearing Impaired Engage Ears for Auditory Brain Training (Arch Grants)

They aren’t building hearing aids, clEAR is trying to develop a better brain. The company has developed computer games to help the hearing impaired.

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2017 Arch Grants Gala

The fifth annual Arch Grants Gala is a celebration of entrepreneurship in St. Louis and the first chance to meet the new cohort of recipients.

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Benefits of a Protein-Packed Breakfast Fuels Ideas for Start Right Foods

The power of protein for breakfast inspires St. Louis startup, Start Right Foods.

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Geniecast Gives Businesses Live, Interactive, Two-Way Video with Top Speakers and Experts

The technology behind FaceTime and Skype is now being repurposed by Geniecast. The company says it’s giving smaller businesses access to big-time speakers!

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2017 Bi-State Development Annual Luncheon

Bi-State Development is a dynamic and multi-faceted resource for economic development in the St. Louis region.

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Growing Global 2017: World Trade Center St. Louis’ Annual Luncheon

Join us for the World Trade Center St. Louis’ Annual Luncheon Growing Global 2017!

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Concrete Thinking: The House of the Future?

Students from Washington University in St. Louis are building a prototype all-concrete house for the Solar Decathlon competition in Denver. But why concrete?

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The 2017 State of the St. Louis Workforce Report

HEC-TV and the Workforce Solutions Group bring you the 2017 State of the St. Louis Workforce Report from Forest Park Community College.

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Shared Workspace Hoping to Impact Working Women

Two St. Louis area women hope to have an impact on like-minded businesswomen with a new workspace that includes both professional amentities and camaraderie.

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Booz, Allen, Hamilton Internship Program Summer Games

This segment illustrates how Booz, Allen, Hamilton, a leading consultant firms, prepares interns for today’s world.

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Exit 7C: Startup Offers Smart Way to Pay for Gas at the Pump

St. Louis-based Exit 7C offers a smart way to pay for gas at the pump, using your phone and bank account.

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The St. Louis Economic Development Partnership’s Annual Meeting 2017

St. Louis Economic Development Partnership’s Annual Meeting highlighting some of the best and brightest people, ideas, and companies in the St. Louis region.

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Sammy Soap

A Kirkwood mother took matters into her own hands when her son, who has intellectual disabilities, needed a job. She founded an all-natural soap company.

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SafeTrek Mobile App: Smart Way to Alert Police When You’re in Danger

SafeTrek is a mobile app for personal safety and security. Just open the app and have it ready! If you feel unsafe, keep a finger on “hold until safe” button.

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App-Connected Device ‘Wing’ Designed to Prevent Asthma Attacks

Sparo Labs designed a new way for asthma sufferers to better manage asthma with a pocket-sized spirometer that connects with an app on your smartphone.

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JA Biztown

Junior Achievement is offering a unique experience for St. Louis area students. Biztown gives hands-on lessons in running a business and personal finance.

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Delmar Hall Tour

The new episode of State of the Arts premiering in March comes to you from Delmar Hall. In this preview, host Paul Schankman takes you on a backstage tour.

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Undefined at SOHA Gallery

St. Louis Photographer Susan Bennet’s new project entitled Undefined is on display at SOHA Studio+Gallery.

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NGA – National Geospatial Intelligence Agency

Winning the bid for the NGA will tremendously impact St. Louis’ economy and bring development to an area experiencing decades of decay.

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St. Louis Strong Works To “Lift the Gateway Higher”

Jake Hollander founded St. Louis Strong in 2015 to fight fragmentation in the Saint Louis region and work towards a “people first” city/county merger plan.

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Bi-State Development Annual Meeting 2016

Join top business leaders and elected officials as we come together to elevate our businesses, our professional associations, and our leadership in this region

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Babyation Startup: Building a New Breast Pump for Modern Moms

For new moms discouraged by breast pumps, the founders of St. Louis-based Babyation say they are modernizing breast pumps for today’s moms.

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Rave reviews for Meet the Artists

The Saint Louis Art Fair and HEC-TV partnered on a new venture called “Meet The Artists” this year and it’s getting rave reviews!

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Olio City App, Personalized City Guide

Olio City’s artificial intelligence offers custom restaurant, nightlife and event suggestions tailored to the individual.

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Aquarium Planned for St. Louis Union Station

The owner of St. Louis Union Station discusses plans for a $45 million aquarium and gives details about related attractions planned for the next two years.

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2016 State of the St. Louis Workforce Report

HEC-TV and the Workforce Solutions Group brings the 2016 State of the St. Louis Workforce Report to you from Forest Park Community College.

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Solar roadways coming to historic Route 66

The Route 66 Welcome Center off Interstate 44 near Conway, MO will soon have the nation’s first public installation of Solar Roadways’ technology.

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St. Louis Swap Meet Creates a Riverfront Marketplace

St. Louis Swap Meet will bring a riverfront marketplace to downtown on the third weekend of every month, through October.

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MVF’s 2016 Roadmap to Entrepreneurship Conference

Missouri Venture Forum hosts the Roadmap to Entrepreneurship Conference in which area business experts share insight and advice with local entrepreneurs.

Business

The Anti-Defamation League’s Torch of Liberty Award Luncheon

The Anti-Defamation League honors John C. “Jack” Danforth for his support. Danforth and George Will discuss the ADL and the current political landscape.

Business

2016 Economic Development Partnership Annual Meeting

The 2016 Economic Development Partnership Annual Meeting brings together leaders from St. Louis City and County to discuss the state of the local economy.

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An in-depth conversation with UMSL Chancellor Thomas George

UMSL is a period of unprecedented growth under the leadership of Chancellor Thomas George.

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Program 5: The Taiwan Experience

Presented by T. C. Kao of University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and the National University Rail Center

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Program 4: Future Rail: Energy Matters

Presented by David Crossley of the Saint Louis University Department of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences.

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Program 3: Rail Efficiency: Fundamental Concept of Rail Transport

Christopher Barkan, Director, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and the National University Rail Center

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Program 2: Economic Considerations

Presented by John Hicks of the Saint Louis County Department of Transportation.

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Program 1: The Resurgence of Rail

Presented by John Hicks, Saint Louis County Department of Transportation

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Valley Industries Offers a Helping Hand

A local company makes it their job to provide meaningful employment to some in our area who might otherwise not be able to find work.

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Explore! Economics

Explore how businesses started. Investigate where ideas for new products and services come from and how entrepreneurs take their idea and make it a business reality. Learn how those new businesses affect our country’s economy.

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2015 State of Saint Louis Workforce Report

HEC-TV presents the 2015 State of Saint Louis Workforce Report, focusing on opportunity gaps in the region.

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Program 14: On Track for Success

John Hicks, Saint Louis County Department of Transportation

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Program 13: Diverging Interests

Kenneth Warren, Saint Louis University Department of Political Science

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Program 12: Political Obstacles to High Speed Rail

Kenneth Warren, Saint Louis University Department of Political Science

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Program 11: Competing Sites of Authority

Peter Salsich, Saint Louis University School of Law

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Program 10: Private Regulation of Land Use

Yvette Liebesman, Saint Louis University School of Law

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Program 9: Shared Rail Corridors

Rapik Saat, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and the National University Rail Center

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Program 8: Light Rail

Mark Vogl, HOK International

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Program 7: The Public Regulation of Land Use

Monica Eppinger & Dana Malkus, Saint Louis University School of Law

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Program 6: The Effects of Technology, Regulation, and Competition

Christopher Barkan, Director, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and the National University Rail Center

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2015

Chancellor George showcased the past year’s accomplishments and presented the Distinguished Service Awards in the 39th Chancellor’s Report to the Community.

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Internationally Recognized Jazz St. Louis Announces 2015-16 Season

Jazz at the Bistro’s 20th Anniversary offers the very best of national and international jazz, including a mix of icons, local favorites and rising stars ST. LOUIS — Jazz St. Louis’ 2015-2016 announcement marks their second full season in the new Harold & Dorothy Steward Center for Jazz.  The newly designed Ferring Jazz Bistro’s state of the art […]

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Teaching Entrepreneurship

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Celebrating Success, Building for Tomorrow

he Grand Reopening of Academic Hall is just one of many successes at Southeast Missouri State University highlighted in the 2013-14 Year in Review.

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New Technology for Predicting Injuries

A Washington University graduate student develops new technology that may one day pinpoint minor strains and tiny injuries in the body’s tissues, predicting a more serious injury before it occurs. The same technology may also be developed to predict failures in buildings and bridges.

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St. Louis Tech Startups: ITEN’s 2014 Year

IT Entrepreneur Network (ITEN) previews the ITEN Tech Startup Report, 2014 Year in Review. This includes a glimpse at the ITEN Top Ten and ITEN Fast Ten lists for 2014. Leaders of ITEN and members of the audience give their predictions for the 2015 tech startup ecosystem in Greater St. Louis.

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Lessons for Leaders, December 2014

John Bachmann and Norman Eaker discuss what it takes to be a successful leader in business.

Business

Let’s Talk Trash

We met and interacted with students from across the country that are making a difference with their environmental projects designed to reduce, reuse or recycle the trash created in their communities. We spoke with the playwright who was so inspired by one student’s story that he created a brand new play for young audiences to be produced by Metro Theater Company.

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Judee Sauget–Extended Interview, December 2014

Filmmaker Judee Sauget proves if you have the desire, it’s never too late to start a career.

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3-D Printing

3-D printing has given the world customizable, 3-D objects. Learn what 3-D printing is and how it works.

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GlobalHack II: St. Louis Hackathon Hosts Nationwide Talent

GlobalHack is a 48-hour programming competition where teams from all over the country compete for $50,000 in cash. Follow a team from Washington University to see if they have what it takes to win it all, or go home empty handed.

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Predicting Turbulence: Future of Aircraft & Engine Designs

Washington University is leading research to improve computational models for predicting turbulence in aircraft flow fields. The models would be used to optimize aircraft and engine designs, creating environmentally responsible aircraft.

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Electronic License Plate Startup

A St. Louis tech startup creates technology to computerize license plates. The electronic plates, called Proof Smart Tags, would validate auto insurance and vehicle registration. Find out how International PROOF Systems could turn the electronic plate into a multi-million dollar innovation.

Business

SLU Research Launched to Space

From Saint Louis University School of Medicine to the International Space Station, scientists are hoping experiments in space will help people suffering from cardiovascular and neurodegenerative diseases. Find out about SLU’s launch to space and hopes for a future launch.

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The 2014 State of St. Louis Workforce Focusing on STEM, September 2014

The 2014 State of St. Louis Workforce Report, held at St. Louis Community College at Forest Park on September 10, 2014, and focusing on the STEM Industry.

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One of a Kind Virtual Care

Mercy’s Center for Virtual Care is being built in Chesterfield, Missouri. The center will expand Mercy’s existing telehealth services, commercializing telemedicine to health care clients both nationally and internationally. Staffed with nurses and physicians, the center will provide 24/7 care using audio and visual technology.

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St. Louis Economic Development Partnership 2014 Annual Meeting

The STL Economic Development Partnership serving St. Louis City and St. Louis County luncheon honors area successes and covers the rebuilding of Ferguson.

Business

Future of Drone Technology

Washington University professors explore the future of unmanned aerial vehicles, UAVs, commonly referred to as drones.

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New Cancer Goggles Help Doctors See Cancer

New technology developed at Washington University is being tested at Barnes-Jewish Hospital. New goggles help doctors spot cancer in breast and skin cancers.

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RoverTown, Top Tech Startup

Known as St. Louis’ fastest growing tech startup, college students across the country are downloading the RoverTown app for student discounts.

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Bishop Dubourg at the 2014 FIRST Robotics Championship

The Bishop Dubourg FIRST Robotics team discusses how the program encourages STEM education at the 2014 Championship at the Edward Jones Dome in St. Louis.

Business

A Woman’s Love for Science and Insects

Dr. Renata Bolognesi shares the story of her journey from Brazil to her role at Monsanto as Insect Control Platform Lead.

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2014 Graduation

St. Louis Community College expands minds and changes lives every day. Celebrate with the 2014 Graduates as they receive their diplomas.

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Fighting Infection

Washington University School of Medicine is researching cellular defense against infection, which could lead to drugs that simultaneously fight multiple forms of infection.

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May 2014

38th annual UMSL Chancellor’s Report to the Community from the America’s Center in downtown St. Louis.

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3D Printer Creates Customized Heart Device

Using an inexpensive 3D printer, biomedical engineers at Washington University are developing a transformative device for heart treatment.

Business

Human Connectome Project Part 2: Researcher Dr. Deanna Barch

Dr. Deanna Barch, Washington University School of Medicine, discusses preliminary analysis of Human Connectome Project’s research and the possibilities of brain mapping for diagnostics.

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Human Connectome Project Part 1

Researchers at Washington University School of Medicine are working on the first interactive mapping of the human brain.

Business

Meet an Economist – Morning Program

Learn why the Federal Reserve System was created and it’s role in the economy today. Discover how the Federal Reserve is structured and how it interacts with banks.

Business

Meet an Economist – Afternoon Program

Explore the structure and functions of the Federal Reserve. Investigate inflation, monetary policy and what makes post-secondary education worth the investment.

Business

Nature’s Medicine, Translating Plants to Health Care Applications, April 2014

A discussion on how medicines from plants and how research at the Danforth Center reaches the marketplace.

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Explore! Living Green

Celebrate the Earth and learn what you can do to live green. Explore easy projects you can do at home, school or work to increase recycling, reduce your energy use, and do a better job of living green.

Business

Stem Cell Therapy Clinical Trial

Mercy-St. Louis is part of a clinical trial using stem cell therapy to regenerate blood vessels in lower limbs for patients facing amputation. The patients suffer from Critical Limb Ischemia.

Business

Center for Innovation in Neuroscience & Technology

The Center for Innovation in Neuroscience & Technology brings people from neuroscience, engineering, math, computer science, and other disciplines together to solve problems.

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St. Louis: Immigration Destination, Then and Now

Journey back, with this exclusive HEC-TV documentary, to the middle of the 19th Century when St. Louis became “The Gateway to the West.” Learn why St. Louis was and continues to be a popular immigration destination.

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A Sewer Runs Through It

St. Louis sewers and rivers

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Full Circle: St. Louis Recycles

Full Circle, St. Louis Recycles introduces viewers to the basics of recycling, and takes a look at some of the most innovative and resourceful recycling that is taking place in St Louis.

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The Pacific Ring Initiative: Local Solutions for National Problems

The Pacific Ring Initiative is ground zero for an important study that may change the way regions approach, learn, plan and prepare for their future.

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Circus Flora Celebrates With STL Symphony, February 2014

Join us for The St. Louis Symphony Town Hall programs, where you will hear from David Robertson and Fred Bronstein as they discuss the finances and future of the orchestra.

Business

Parents and Adults Impacting Education, February 2014

Ladue View and Ladue Schools Today programming combined create the only high school produced show on HEC-TV.

Business

Bigfoot 4×4 Technology, The Original Monster Truck

Find out about past, present and future innovations of Bigfoot 4×4, the original monster truck and industry leader.

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Land of the Free, Home of the Save

Give us credit for charging into St. Louis. All you have to pay is attention.

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Flag This Page!!!

In St. James, you should probably flag it twice.

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Rendezvous With A Comet

Be part of the mission to rendezvous with Comet Encke. Use your scientific, problem-solving and decision-making skills to deal with unexpected and unpredictable objects in the Solar System that come your way.

Business

The Intersection of Plant Science and Baseball, November 2013

The use of advanced imaging and robotics to improve the performance of crops and baseball players from the St. Louis Cardinals are the focus of this lecture.

Business

Explore! From Farm to Home

Better understand the food you eat. Meet a health coach and a farmer, explore a farm, shop at a farmer’s market, discover what it’s like to be an urban chicken farmer.

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Bringing Plant Science Discoveries to the Marketplace, September 2013

This program brings the viewer a series of in-depth discussions from leaders throughout the area on a variety of biotechnical and science subjects.

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Meet Lisa Melandri, The New Director of STL’s Contemporary Art Museum, September 2013

Meet Lisa Melandri, the new director of the Contemporary Art Museum in St. Louis in this candid conversation with HEC-TV Executive Director Dennis Riggs.

Business

State of St. Louis Workforce 2013

Corporate panelists and a large crowd react to the results of the latest regional workforce research highlighting new employer perceptions on talent issues.

Business

Redbirds Go Green

Since 2008, Busch Stadium and the St. Louis Cardinals have been working hard to make the Redbirds more green.

Business

New Technology at Mercy Hospital St. Louis Treating Uterine Fibroids

Mercy is offering an outpatient treatment option for uterine fibroids. The new minimally invasive Acessa probe is an alternative to having a hysterectomy.

Business

37th Annual Report, May 2013

Annual Chancellor’s Report to the Community from the University of Missouri-St. Louis.

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Mercy-St. Louis Emergency Management Technology

Mercy-St. Louis provides emergency management tools. The online electronic maps and live video feeds are accessible to police and fire crews during any crisis.

Business

Let’s talk about… Water Availability and its Impact on Global Agriculture, April 2013

Freshwater resources are threatened by climate change, urbanization, population growth, pollution and other drivers of change. How can we address this concern?

Business

Cloud Computing

St. Louis companies are helping ease IT headaches for other businesses. The so-called cloud is escalating change and St. louis is at the leading edge.

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World Flora Online

The Missouri Botanical Garden is advancing science worldwide by developing the first-ever online catalog of every known plant in the world, World Flora Online.

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Biodiversity Heritage Library

The Missouri Botanical Garden is making beautiful botanical artwork from more than 100,000 historic books and journals freely available online.

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Ride Hard, Turn Left

A look at the velodrome in north St. Louis’ Penrose Park and the racing that has taken place there the past 50 years.
The track, situated in the middle-class African American Penrose neighborhood, has been the home of St. Louis track racers since 1962.

Business

The Science Behind the New Mississippi River Bridge, Part 1

Go behind the scenes and learn what it takes to construct a new bridge over the Mississippi River in St. Louis, Missouri. (10am)

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From Uganda to the U.S. Heartland: A Look at Global Food Security, November 2012

The discussion will focus on safe and effective ways to improve crops for developing areas of the world.

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Dignity Harbor

"Dignity Harbor" is an honest and moving documentary about homelessness in St. Louis, directed by Michael Gualdoni. Shot at a homeless camp on the banks of the Mississippi, "Dignity Harbor" shows the down-and-out residents' efforts to create a safe environment under very difficult circumstances. Warning: There is raw language in this film.

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Cross Industry Perspectives

At the 7th annual Safety Across High-Consequence Industries Conference (SAHI) at SLU http://www.cvent.com/d/pcqn0v it may surprise you who high risk safety experts are learning from to improve safety in the workplace and your overall safety. In this show, covered exclusively by HEC-TV top experts talk about the importance of cross industry perspective when it comes to making our hospital, transportation and energy experiences much safer.

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Learning from History

Program and research directors for the Center of Aviation Research bring us back into time recounting transportation disasters and detailing what we can learn from these tragic events in order to make it a safer experience for all. It’s all part of the 7th annual Safety Across High Consequences Industries Conference (SAHI) at SLU http://www.cvent.com/d/0cq1v3 covered exclusively by HEC-TV.

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Safety Meets Business

It’s a meeting of the safety minds. HEC-TV covers the 7th annual Safety Across High Consequences Industries Conference at Saint Louis University, http://www.cvent.com/d/0cq1v3, where top executives in high-risk industries talk about your safety. In this, show 1, we will hear opening remarks from high ranking personnel from SSM Health Care and Boeing.

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Development Conference: Immigration and Innovation

St. Louis County Economic Council and St. Louis Development Corporation tackle the relationship between immigration and innovation.

Business

E. Desmond Lee-One True Vision

E. Desmond Lee is the subject of this episode. It delves into the life of local philanthropist and entrepreneur,

Business

Corporate Sustainability in New Technology, Biofuels, & Public Policy Issues, June 2012

Mark Reuss, President of General Motors North America and Andrew C. Taylor, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Enterprise Holdings

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Nature and Technology: A Conversation about Conservation, May 2012

The panel will highlight how technology will play an impactful role for nature and restoring the environment.

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Going Green: Back to Nature

Importance of watersheds and what we can do to protect them, a lab activity to test stream water for macro invertebrates and water quality at the Little Creek Nature Area, Florissant, MO.

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Going Green: Back to Nature

the importance of watersheds at Little Creek Nature Area in Florissant MO

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2012

FOCUS St. Louis’ What’s Right with the Region! (WRWR) awards celebration recognizes success stories from throughout the greater St. Louis region. 

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2012 Annual Meeting

This year's annual meeting of St. Louis County Economic Council meeting highlights new ways of growing our economy through entrepreneurship

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St. Louis County Economic Council Accomplishments

St. Louis County Economic Council accomplishments. Look at the biggest and best projects in the St. Louis Region.

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Plant Science Innovation: From Lab Bench to Dinner Plate, March 2012

Plant science evolves meeting challenges in agriculture, like producing plants that use far less water, or that resist emerging pests and diseases.

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An Inside Look at a TV Show: Behind the Scenes of HEC-TV

Want to know what it's like to put on a live TV show? Want a behind the scenes look at the equipment and technology? Want to ask questions of producers, camera people, directors, sound and lighting technicians? Then join us for this "inside look."

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Sustainability in St. Louis

Sustainability is the ability to meet present needs without compromising the ability to meet future needs. This episode of Liquid Light looks into the efforts of Sustainability in St. Louis.

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Fred Bronstein

Innovative programming and outreach initiatives by Fred Bronstein, President and Chief Executive Officer of the St. Louis Symphony have positive results.

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The Straight Story-With Twists

The salty tale of a classic St. Louis snack.

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Mission of Mercy, Jerseyville Green Development, and More, December 2011

Join Innovations to explore getting LEED Certification for a building, recycling program in local hospital, the impact of wind turbines and solar power on your electric meters.

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The Science Behind Earthquakes: New Madrid 200th Anniversary

Explore science of earthquakes on 200th anniversary of New Madrid

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Howard Markel

interview with New York Times Bestselling author Howard Markel discusses history of and problems with cocaine use

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The Science Behind Earthquakes: New Madrid 200th Anniversary

For the 10 am program, we go behind the scenes at the St. Louis University Earthquake Center to investigate how and why earthquakes occur, how they’re measured, and new design procedures being created to address the damage they do.

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My Life in Leadership

Author Frances Hesselbein, My Life in Leadership the Journey and Lessons Learned Along the Way, and President and CEO of Big Brothers Big Sisters of Eastern Missouri, Becky James Hatter.

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The Danforth Center and the Gates Foundation: Partners to Eradicate Global Hunger, November 2012

The partnership between the Donald Danforth Plant Science Center and the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation to eradicate world hunger & malnutrition is discussed.

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Honoring Our Nation’s Heroes: A Veterans Day Tribute 2011 – Morning Program

Take your study of America in war to the veterans who fought in them. Interact with veterans from WWII, Vietnam, Desert Storm, and the current war in Iraq/Afghanistan. Learn what it’s like to be in the military, fight in combat, return from war, and to have served your nation in its armed forces.

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Honoring Our Nation’s Heroes: A Veterans Day Tribute 2011 – Afternoon Program

Interact with America’s war veterans and learn first hand about the military.

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It’s Good to be Green-Reduce, Reuse, and Recover

Learn new ways to live a sustainable life and go green and greener.

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It’s Good to be Green-Reduce, Reuse, and Recover

Got trash? Sure you do; we all do. Go green with us as we explore how our trash is recovered and recycled to be used again in new forms. We’ll also learn ways each of us can go greener and help reduce our impact on the environment by developing strategies that “reduce, reuse, and recover.

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The Science Behind Dams

Learn how dams help river transportation, river wildlife thrive, and river systems maintained at Melvin Prive Lock and Dam in Alton, Illinois.

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Let’s Talk with Jim Carrington: A New Leader, an Expanding Vision, September 2011

Dr. James C. Carrington, the new President of the Danforth Center brings new technologies and scientific skills.

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Constitution Day 2011: Powers of the President

Join our panel of Presidential scholars and advisors for a vibrant and insightful discussion on the history and execution of Presidential powers exploring how and why Presidents make decisions, the application of and implications on the Constitution from those decisions, and the far ranging impacts of those decisions. This event will be aired live from the Ulysses S. National Historic Site, where the 18th President lived and met his wife, Julia.

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Constitution Day 2011: Powers of the President

Join our panel of Presidential scholars and advisors for a vibrant and insightful discussion on the history and execution of Presidential powers exploring how and why Presidents make decisions, the application of and implications on the Constitution from those decisions, and the far ranging impacts of those decisions. This event will be aired live from the Ulysses S. National Historic Site, where the 18th President lived and met his wife, Julia.

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Political Science: An Interview With Senator Claire McCaskill, Melody Valve, and More, September 2011

Innovations looks back at FIRST Robotics Competition, interviews Claire McCaskill and meets Dr. Phillip Bonhoffer who developed The Melody Valve.

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Senator Claire McCaskill

Senator Claire McCaskill discusses importance of science and technology in higher education.

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What is HEC-TV Live!

Ever wonder what HEC-TV Live! is? Want to know more? This will give you all of the information you need!

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Read Green Grow

A film looking at three free local children’s programs.

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Regional Economic Development Conference 2011

Much talk about regional economic development has taken place recently including discussions on the best ways to share our strengths, vision and resources. The economic development agencies of St. Louis County and the City of St. Louis have started a timely conversation on the best practices of regional economic development and how we can work toward the new reality of a shared vision.

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Dream of the Pacific

This opera celebrates the 200th anniversary of the Lewis and Clark expedition and gives young people a chance to appreciate an opera performed in English.

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U City Sleuths

A hundred years ago, E.G. Lewis’ utopian vision was to create an town where like-minded people of diverse backgrounds interact. This town became known as University City

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2011

FOCUS St. Louis gave awards to 20 organizations and individuals who are making a positive impact in the St. Louis community

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Two Birds, One Stone-The CCC in Missouri

Tells the story of the Civilian Conservation Corps Camps; the boys who lived in the camps and the impact their work had on Missouri Conservation and history.

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St. Louis as Science City

Symposium from the Saint Louis Science Center.

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Dana Brown: Life on Safari

Dana Brown, the man behind St. Louis’ Safari Coffee and its memorable TV commercials.

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Climate Change

An evening with Dr. Ralph J. Cicerone, President of the National Academy of Sciences.

Business

The Frontlines of the Battle Against Malnutrition, May 2011

What can be done to not only stop and reverse malnutrition in children, but to prevent it in the first place?

Business

Detox Your Domicile

Host Jean Ponzi investigates how everyday household products can be potentially dangerous to our health and the environment.

Business

FIRST Robotics Championships and Awards

Join us for the final rounds of the 2011 FIRST Robotics Competition and Awards Ceremony.

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FIRST Robotics Student Programs

See the robots in action from the field of competition.Hear questions about designing and building the robots.

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FIRST Robotics Student Programs

Join HEC-TV Live! as we join students in the pits to test and tweak their robots.

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Leader to Leader Forum

Leaders from AT&T, NASA, and Boeing talk about why they and their companies support FIRST Robotics.

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FIRST Robotics Promo

HEC-TV and partners Saint Louis Science Center and FIRST Robotics bring you the world finals for a competition that this year more than 50,00 high school students.

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A Different Way of Life

Join new host Bob Wilcox who talks with Brent James about his film on the history and culture of the “Intentional Community.”

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Thomas Lovejoy

Discussion with Dr. Thomas Lovejoy world-renowned biodiversity expert.

Business

Senator Kit Bond

Interview with Senator Kit Bond

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The Roof Is On Fire

Join new host Bob Wilcox who talks with David Noble Dandridge, a Slam Poetry artist and producer of the film.

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Historic Tax Credit

A look at how the Government’s Historic Tax Credits program was utilized in restoring a one hundred year old home located in the University City. Filmmaker Steve Behrends follows Isabel & Mark Siedband as they fight to convince the powers that be to help keep a remnant of St. Louis’ past alive.

Business

Navigating Through Missouri’s Court System & The Best Defense Against a Criminal Accusation Is…?

Judge Zel M. Fischer, Supreme Court of Missouri. Kevin Curran, Federal Public Defender’s Office, and Beverly Beimdiek, Asst. Public Defender, Capital Litigation

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The Missouri Court of Appeals

Eastern District will hold court in Cook Hall and Judges will conduct a Q and A session after hearing oral arguments for two appeals.

Business

The Pursuit of Something Better

Jack Rooney, chief executive officer of U.S. Cellular, along with Dave Esler and Myra Kruger, authors of The Pursuit of Something Better

Business

Business and the Law & Everything You Ever Wanted to Know or Needed to Know about LLCs

Susan Denigan, vice president and general counsel, Nestle Purina Petcare Company and Mark Mueller, Guilfoil Petzall & Shoemake, LLC

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Criminal Law from a Hyper-Local Angle

Jennifer M. Joyce, St. Louis Circuit Attorney, and Lieutenant Renee Kriesmann, Commander of Operational Planning, St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department

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Legally Speaking: The U.S. Supreme Court Term Begins

This episode features Professor Ann Scarlett, St. Louis University; Professor Alan J. Howard, St. Louis University Professor; and Judge Ronnie White.

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The Law and the Workplace: Employment Law and The Law and Your Future Health Care: Health Care Reform

1st hour: Donna Harper, Sedey Harper, PC and 2nd hour: Prof. Sidney Watson, St. Louis University School of Law

Business

Making Sure Your Vote Counts: Elections and the Law

Prof. Chad Flanders, St. Louis University School of Law

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Legally Speaking: 20th Anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act

This episode features Professor Elizabeth Pendo, St. Louis University; Attorney Kim Barge, Paraquad Staff Attorney; and David Newburger, Commissioner on the Disabled for St. Louis.

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Constitution Day 2010: Why Judges Matter: The Selection Process

how judges are elevated to the bench; election or selection.

Business

End of Life Legal Decisions & Judging the Judges

1st hour: Dean Sandra Johnson, St. Louis University School of Law and 2nd hour: H.A. (Skip) Walther, President, The Missouri Bar

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Legally Speaking: Criminal Law

This episode features Susan McGraugh, Saint Louis University Law Professor, Maxwell Marker, Assistant Special Agent in charge of the FBI’s St. Louis office, and Edmund Postawko, Chief Warrant officer at the St. Louis Circuit Attorney’s Office.

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Legally Speaking: Family Law

This episode features Allan Stewart, Mittleman, Heggie & Henry, L.L.C. and Susan Block, Attorney, Paule, Camazine & Blumenthal, P.C.

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Legally Speaking: Foreclosure

This episode features Linda Ingram, Director of Foreclosure Prevention Services at Beyond Housing, Dan Claggett, Attorney from Legal Services of Eastern Missouri, and Peter Salsich, Professor SLU Law School.

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Legally Speaking: Environmental Law

This episode features Doug Williams, Professor at Saint Louis University School of Law specializing in environmental law and Henry Robertson, Staff Attorney with the Great Rivers Environmental Law Center.

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Legally Speaking: How Does Healthcare Reform Impact Your Insurance Plan?

This episode features Mary Jo Condon, Director of Public Affairs for St. Louis Area Business Health Coalition, Dr. Charles Willey, physician with Esse Health, and Professor Sidney Watson, Saint Louis University School.

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Legally Speaking: Social Media and Your Privacy

This episode features Mike Wilkerson, Talk Show Host/Social Media Educator, Mary Ann Wymore, Media Law Attorney, Mary Pat McInnis, Assistant Dean of Career Services, and Lizzie Nelson, President of the Public Interest Law Group at St. Louis University.

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Legally Speaking: Immigration and Naturalization

This episode features Suzanne Brown, Attorney at Law, Jesus Ituarte, Attorney at Law, and Mark Parkinson, Republican State Representative.

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Legally Speaking: Judicial Selection Process and the Missouri Non-Partisan Court Plan

This episode features Lynn Ann Vogel, Missouri Bar Vice President and Joel Goldstein, Saint Louis University Law Professor.

Business

Sustainability and New Pathways in Agriculture, May 2010

Dr. Jan Jaworski, Donald Danforth and Plant Science Center and Dr. Mike Edgerton, Monsanto discuss sustainable economy

Business

Let’s Talk About Women in Science, March 2010

Meet three female scientists from the St. Louis area who are forging their own legacies in plant science

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A Sewer Runs Through It

Join narrator John Goodman for a look at the River Des Peres in south St. Louis. Revisit its history and learn more about preserving it’s future.

Business

Science in Education: Choice and Challenges, February 2010

The subject Science education in America and the challenges ahead is discussed in a conversation moderated by Jim Davis.

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Constitution Day 2009: Students and the Constitution: Who Is An American Citizen?

Guests Rekha Sharma-Crawford, Rick Hardy and Chester Moyer join panel of students, attorneys and federal officials discussing rights of citizens.

Business

Where There’s a Will…

Missouri Bar lawyers discuss wills.

Business

You Have the Right to Remain Silent

Missouri Bar lawyers and jurists Miranda

Business

What Family Law is All About

Family Law is the topic of the edition of Mini-Law School

Business

Landlord and Tenant Law

Landlord and Tenant Law is the topic for the Missouri Bar lawyers.

Business

What Every Consumer Needs to Know About the Law

Consumers should be aware of the legal process to protect themselves

Business

Working for a Living

Join the Missouri Bar lawyers and jurists as they discuss current legal issues.

Business

The Nature and Necessity of Law

The Nature and Necessity of Law
In each episode a different area of the law is discussed. Instructors include law professors, judges and practicing lawyers.

Business

Let’s Talk About Baseball, Beethoven, and Biotech…and the St. Louis Brand, January 2010

Roger Beachy, Fred Bronstein, Bill DeWitt III, James W. Davis discuss their vision of their institutions and the city of St. Louis, in the next few years.

Business

Ag Biotech and the Growth Potential for Our Workforce, December 2009

A discussion about St. Louis as a biotech hub with Denny Coleman, Joseph Schlafly, and Sarah Perkins

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The Donald Danforth Plant Science Center

This episode in the Global Thinking series looks at The Donald Danforth Plant Science Center and how the local institution is doing research into basic and applied science and making a global impact in the process.

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Monsanto

Discover how Monsanto, a leading agricultural company based in St. Louis, is using technology and collaborating with farmers across the globe to secure the world’s food supply.

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Missouri Botanical Garden

This program shows how the Missouri Botanical Garden plays a crucial role in maintaining a healthy balance within our ecosystem.

Business

The Ultimate Question

Fred Reichheld, author of the bestseller, "The Ultimate Question," and Andrew C. Taylor, of Enterprise Rent-a-Car.

Business

The Great Game of Business

John Bachmann interviews Jack Stack author of The Great Game of Business.

Business

Closing Statements

Join the Missouri Bar lawyers and jurists as they discuss current legal issues.

Business

Opening Statements

Join the Missouri Bar lawyers and jurists as they discuss current legal issues.

Business

Jury Selection

Join the Missouri Bar lawyers and jurists as they discuss current legal issues.

Business

Discovering Discovery

Join the Missouri Bar lawyers as they discuss discovery in the legal process

Business

The Birth of a Trial

Missouri Bar lawyers discuss trial system in Missouri Courts

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