The invention of 3-D printing has given the world a new reality of customizable, 3-D objects. We take a look at this revolutionary technology from the perspective of an 18-year-old entrepreneur. Then on to Washington University’s Biomedical Engineering Lab where students printed a functional, prosthetic arm for a lovely young lady.
This series explores the latest science and technology news in the St. Louis area.
Personalized 3D Brain Maps to Guide Neurosurgeries
New personalized 3D brain maps can allow physicians to plan and perform surgeries more accurately and safely.
SirenGPS Technology Tested at Fair St. Louis: Hoping to Improve 911 Response Times
SirenGPS is a St. Louis startup that created emergency management software to help first responders find people faster when they call 911.
New Microscopic Technique Could Help Detect, Diagnose Melanomas
The fight against skin cancer just got a new weapon at the University of Missouri.
Label Insight: Providing Product Transparency Through Data Science
Label Insight offers a new level of transparency about what’s inside food and beverage products.
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New Drug Delivery Method to the Brain is Tested in Locusts
Washington University engineers are exploring a new drug-delivery method to the brain using gold and locusts!