Mission of Mercy, Jerseyville Green Development, and More, December 2011

Learn what it takes for a building to get LEED certified, an internationally recognized green building certification system. Also producer John Baker introduces us to a feedlot that takes what would normally be unwanted waste and turns it into gold. Plus watch what impact wind turbines and solar power have on electric meters on the side of houses. Have you ever seen one moving backwards? Finally producer Julie Winkle shows us a successful recycling program in a local hospital that is trying to make a difference.

This series explores the latest science and technology news in the St. Louis area.

Mission of Mercy, Jerseyville Green Development, and More, December 2011

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Community Sunscreen Dispensers Provide Sun Protection and Awareness

St. Louis startup says community sunscreen dispensers promote the fight against skin cancer.

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The creator of PUCK says you can toss your remotes with his patented wireless bluetooth low-energy to infrared bridge.

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Exercise in a Pill May One Day Help with Obesity and Diabetes

Saint Louis University scientists are developing 'exercise in a pill'.

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The power of protein for breakfast inspires St. Louis startup, Start Right Foods.

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