Switchgrass, Project Peanut Butter, and More, February 2011

A new series hosted by Rick Edlund from HEC-TV that will explore and examine questions about science and technology innovations and all things related that occur in and around St. Louis. Innovations will profile the men and women who devote their lives to science and explore scientific innovations being developed all over the St. Louis region. In this edition we will interview with Bill Danforth whose vision is that St. Louis become the bio-tech capital of the country. We will also look at how algae could help solve the world’s energy problem and much more in this edition of Innovations.

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

Switchgrass, Project Peanut Butter, and More, February 2011

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MoDOT Takes New Approach to Stopping Wrong-Way Drivers Using BlinkLink Technology

MoDOT claims success with BlinkLink, an advanced messaging and notification system using radar, cameras and sensors to stop wrong-way crashes.

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Innovative SLU Lab Develops New Way to Grow Nanowires & 2D Nanostructures for Emerging Technologies

A Saint Louis University research team explains their innovative technique to produce nanoscale materials using simple processes.

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Daycare Air Quality Measurement Tool Could Benefit Children's Health

Mizzou researchers develop new tool that puts air quality to the test in daycare centers.

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Mizzou Multi-Disciplinary Team Develops Revolutionary Cardiovascular Stents

Mizzou partners with Nanova Biomaterials to develop better cardiovascular stents.

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St. Louis-Based SirenGPS is Successful in Texas as App Improves 911 Location Accuracy

The SirenGPS app helps first responders find people faster when they use the app's 911 panic button.

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