Science & Technology

Not Just a Freak Accident! MU Doctor’s Study Reveals Frequency of Serious Toothbrush Injuries

It’s estimated there are more than 850 toothbrush injuries every year in the United States.

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Science & Technology

UMSL’s Self-Guided “Spring Flowering Tree Tour” Technology is Part of Campus Tree Inventory

When curiosity over blooming trees peak, UMSL hopes onlookers will take advantage of its self-guided Spring Flowering Tree Tour.

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Science & Technology

COVID-19 Video Consultations Available At No Cost to You Through MU Health Care’s Virtual Platform

You can have a free COVID-19 consultation with a medical professional through MU Health Care’s virtual urgent care platform.

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Science & Technology

Changing the World Through Science, Lan Yang is an Inspiration for Women at Washington University

Lan Yang holds the most patents of any female faculty member at WashU. She invented optical technology that she hopes can one day detect coronavirus.

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VR, AR, and MR: Understanding the Technology and What it Means for St. Louis

St. Louis has just started a chapter of the VR/AR association. The international association has over 28,000 members with over 70 chapters worldwide

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New Technology for Racehorse Training is Taking Off at Fairmount Park Racetrack

Trainers can monitor a racehorse’s heart rate, body temperature and blood oxygen in correlations with the horse’s movements while running the track

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CultureScience & Technology

Lifting Black-Owned Restaurants in St. Louis With a Website Launched by a 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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BusinessScience & Technology

Power of Protein Fuels the Success of Start Right Foods in St. Louis

By: Kathleen Berger, Executive Producer for Science & Technology If anyone told Kyle Rood or Clint Mathews they’d be flipping waffles after graduating from the University of Missouri, they wouldn’t have believed it. Matthews pursued a business degree receiving his MBA (master of business administration) when he met Rood, a biomedical engineer. Together they formed a […]

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PUCK Allows People to Controls Devices Without Remote Controls

By: Kathleen Berger, Executive Producer for Science & Technology Frustration with remote controls is not uncommon.  Entrepreneur Barnabas Helmy explained how the struggle with having so many remote controls is real. “It’s old fashioned. It’s a technology that’s kind of dated,” said Helmy. So Helmy set out to build a solution that he believes will take […]

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Science & Technology

Policy Makers in India Turn to a Leading Expert in St. Louis for Help with Toxic Smog in New Delhi

Some of the most polluted cities from all over the world call on a Washington University expert to advise them when facing serious public health issues.

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