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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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The World's Largest 3D Printed Object for 777X Airplane at Boeing

The 777X wing trim and drill tool is now the world’s “largest solid 3-D printed item,” certified by Guinness World Records

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Video Game Technology Helping Physical Therapy Patients & Athletes at Mizzou Lab

Mizzou researchers are using the depth camera associated with video game systems to help physical therapy patients and athletes.

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New Software for Drug Companies to Make Drugs Cheaper, Faster and Better

New software will provide pharmaceutical companies the ability to develop drugs cheaper, faster and better by improving calculations of drug-target binding.

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Scopio Finds Images on Social Media, Letting Users Get Paid for Their Photos

A company with roots in St.Louis is finding ways to sift through social media to find marketable photos. From there, they put brands and photographers together.

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New Method of Protection Against Pneumococcal Pneumonia

VaxNewMo has engineered E. coli to manufacture pneumococcal conjugate vaccines.

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