The Future of Security, Transportation, Food and Modern Medicine, August 2015

From high-tech security to the future of travel in space and on earth, this episode offers many insights into innovations happening in St. Louis. The featured technologies will astound you! Watch as the world’s fastest 2-D camera tracks light! Find out how a graduate student developed a technology designed to predict injuries. And learn about the “Spirit of St. Louis” on Mars!

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

The Future of Security, Transportation, Food and Modern Medicine, August 2015

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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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Mizzou Researchers Develop Teeth-Whitening Gel Designed for Smartphone Use

An innovative teeth-whitening kit is developed by Mizzou spin-off company, Nanova Biomaterials.

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Telemedicine for Rural Opioid Crisis: Videoconferencing for Training Doctors on Opioid Addiction

Telemedicine helps rural doctors with opioid treatment techniques and best practices from medical, pharmacological and psychological professionals.

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Origin of Life Research Leads to Potassium Discovery

Chemical origin of life research at Saint Louis University leads to potassium discovery.

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Facial Recognition Technology for Convenience Stores & More: Using Your Face to Unlock Doors

Blue Line Technology's facial recognition software is designed as a deterrent for armed robbery and theft, improving customer and employee safety.

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