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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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3D Printer Creates Customized Heart Device

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

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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Redbirds Go Green

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

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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.

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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.

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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?

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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.

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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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