June 2016 Innovations Headlines

Swizzle in St. Louis: Swizzle technology provides an analytical tool for influencer marketing, using artificial intelligence.
Olio City App, Personalized City Guide: Olio City uses artificial intelligence for custom restaurant, nightlife and event suggestions tailored to the individual.
MU Artery Imaging, Image Guidance Technology: A surgeon at MU is the first in Missouri to use new technology to treat artery disease.
Animal Enrichment Program at the Saint Louis Zoo: A close-up look at enrichments the animals are getting and why- from lions and tigers to monkeys and frogs!
Virtual Tango & Parkinson’s: Washington University experts are overseeing virtual tango classes benefiting Parkinson’s patients.

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June 2016 Innovations Headlines

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Key to Muscle Regeneration Discovered at Saint Louis University

SLU researchers find the key to muscle regeneration, suggesting the nuclear receptor may be a good target for drugs to treat a variety illnesses and injuries.

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The Healing Power of Green Tea

A compound in green tea could have lifesaving potential for patients who face complications associated with bone marrow disorders.

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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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