Science Matters | November 11, 2015
The outlook for the coming flu season and a look at the work being done at St. Louis University Medical School to develop a universal flu shot.
The story of the extreme measures St. Louis took -- including closing schools and churches -- to limit the spread of the deadly Spanish Flu in 1918.
Archaeologists have found a stone pathway built by early Native Americans that now lies below the waters of Lake Huron.
An expert on space architecture and engineering discusses ideas for building human settlements on the moon and Mars.
Neurosurgeons probe the inner workings of a Parkinson’s disease patient’s brain to bring extreme tremors under control.