April Innovations Headlines

Forensic Seismology: Find out how records from seismometers distinguish types of explosives and nuclear tests. Can real-time seismology prevent loss of life and property in a combat zone or civilian terrorist attack?
Liquid Water on Mars: Washington University’s Dr. Raymond Arvidson discusses his involvement after the discovery.
Solar Roadways: What if the roads we drive on could produce electricity? Find out why MoDOT is interested in this innovation for I-70.
The April edition of Innovations also spotlights medical marvels in St. Louis!

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

April Innovations Headlines

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Personalized 3D Brain Maps to Guide Neurosurgeries

New personalized 3D brain maps can allow physicians to plan and perform surgeries more accurately and safely.

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SirenGPS Technology Tested at Fair St. Louis: Hoping to Improve 911 Response Times

SirenGPS is a St. Louis startup that created emergency management software to help first responders find people faster when they call 911.

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New Microscopic Technique Could Help Detect, Diagnose Melanomas

The fight against skin cancer just got a new weapon at the University of Missouri.

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Label Insight: Providing Product Transparency Through Data Science

Label Insight offers a new level of transparency about what’s inside food and beverage products.

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New Drug Delivery Method to the Brain is Tested in Locusts

Washington University engineers are exploring a new drug-delivery method to the brain using gold and locusts!

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