Conversation Medicine, Robotics Retrospective, and More, April 2012

Reporter Angie Weidinger finds a St. Louis company with a product that’s challenging the leading cause of blindness in adults over 50, and it comes in a small, all natural vitamin. We look at Conservation Medicine which examines the complex balance between human health, animal health and environmental conditions. It’s been called “the varsity sport for the mind” and it’s here in St. Louis. We show tomorrow’s innovators today and revisit the FIRST Robotics World Finals, brainchild of exceptional innovator Dean Kamen.

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Conversation Medicine, Robotics Retrospective, and More, April 2012

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Boeing Drone Test Lab

Boeing has a new facility in St. Charles, Missouri to test autonomous air, land and sea vehicles, better known as drones.

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Benefits of Fidgeting: Toe-Tapping to Better Health

A fidgeting study at the University of Missouri shows that fidgeting helps prevent arterial dysfunction caused by hours of sitting.

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Pluto's Frozen Heart May Hide Underground Ocean

Data from NASA's New Horizons indicates Pluto's icy heart is hiding an ocean. Washington University's Dr. Bill McKinnon is part of the mission's science team.

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MoDOT is establishing pilot projects for smart highway proposals, and a Kansas City-based smart pavement company is making itself known to MoDOT.

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