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Innovations

People to Watch: Pathfinder

Dr. Raymond Arvidson, a prominent Mars researcher, created the Pathfinder Program for incoming freshman at Washington University. Every year, 18 freshman become Pathfinders, embarking on adventures outside the classroom as they learn about environmental sustainability. The full story in the March edition of Innovations!

St. Louis innovators are creating new technologies for creating a fake girlfriend or boyfriend, keeping your child safe in a car seat, and delivering drugs directly to the brain using a hand held remote control!

People to Watch: Pathfinder

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Platform for Agricultural Ads to Follow Farmers From Phone to Desktop to Tablet

Lean Media helps agribusinesses improve their digital advertising.

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Computer Science for All Summit 2017 at Washington University in St. Louis

Is computer science education a civil right? Computer Science for All is a group that says yes. They met with educators at Washington University to prove it.

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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 PUCK Smart Remote Controls Devices Using Smartphones

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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Date: April 18, 2015 Time: 10:00am