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St. Louis Cardinals Use Their Eyes to Open Clubhouse Doors at Busch Stadium

St. Louis Cardinals recognized for having best security practices by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security.

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Sensors for Detecting COVID-19 Viral Particles Seeping Inside N95 Masks & Surging in Patient Rooms

The Aerosol and Air Quality Research Laboratory at Washington University in St. Louis is advancing sensors to protect health care works from COVID-19.

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Household Materials and Accessible Fabrics are Laboratory Tested to Help D.I.Y. Mask Makers

Accessible face mask materials are tested in the Aerosol and Air Quality Research Laboratory at Washington University in St. Louis.

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Demand for COVID-19 Testing Supplies in Missouri Gets a Boost From Problem Solvers with 3D Printers

One group of problem solvers at the University of Missouri is using 3D printers to produce a needed supply of COVID-19 testing swabs.

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New Drug for COVID-19 Treatment is Developed in St. Louis with Clinical Trial in Kansas

A novel drug developed in St. Louis’ BioSTL building is being investigated as a possible treatment for COVID-19 at the University of Kansas Medical Center.

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Countdown to Mars: Mars 2020 Perseverance Rover’s Link to St. Louis

Raymond E. Arvidson, a professor at Washington University in St. Louis, plays a significant role in the Mars 2020 mission.

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St. Louis Zoo: One Health & Turtle Ambassadors

St. Louis ZooDirector of the Institute for Conservation Medicine discusses the link between the environment, animals, humans and things like COVID-19.

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Boosting Black-Owned Businesses Through Website Launched by St. Louis Activist

St. Louis activist Ohun Ashe is providing the St. Louis community with an online black-owned business directory, ForTheCultureSTL.com.

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Shutdown of Sports in America and Losing Fans in the Stands is Costing $12 Billion and Climbing

Expert says professional sports without fans, or a limited number, is just part of possible catastrophic losses for the sports industry in the United States.

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What Is Geospatial? And Why Does It Matter To St. Louis?

Geospatial was already a growing sector in St. Louis in 2015, when the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency announced their $1.75 billion dollar, 97-acre, new West campus (commonly known as NGA West, NGA 2, or N2W) would be built in North St. Louis and fully operational in 2025. That move, however, jump-started an effort from St. Louis civic, regional, and business leaders to make St. Louis a national leader and midwestern hub for the geospatial industry.

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