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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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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.

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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.

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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.

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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!

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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.

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Bioactive Glass Made in Rolla, MO Helps Bone Grow After Spinal Fusion to Repair a Broken Back

A newly FDA-approved biologic agent called NanoFUSE is helping to grow bone around braces after spinal fusion surgery.

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Innovative Surgical Table Relieves Pain and Side Effects of Hip Surgery

The science behind a new surgical table is improving the experience of hip surgeries for patients.

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Neuroscientists Create ‘Midnight Scan Club’ to Scan Their Own Brains for Groundbreaking Research

Neuroscientists in the Midnight Scan Club are scanning their own brains for research.

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Scientists Discover How Cells Defend Themselves Using Our Hidden Immune Arsenal

Our hidden immune arsenal! Scientists discover how cells defend themselves. Julie Tristan tells why its so important & what it means for the future of medicine.

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