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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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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